Friday, July 18, 2008


Brian Lawson from writes about Grant's stern opposition to a new law proposed by Bob Clegg that will increase health insurance mandates, reduce consumer choice, and increase health care cost.

"He defends ever-increasing government regulation because private health insurance companies actually look to make a profit. But the micromanagement of Bob Clegg's Nanny State isn't about improving access; it's about having government make decisions best left to patients and doctors," Bosse said in a statement.

1 comment:

Morey Straus said...

Well done, sir! If you beat Clegg, there may be some hope for the GOP after all.