Health reformers big on blogging…

There’s a new edition of the Health Wonk Review, by Ken Terry at BNET Healthcare. It has lots of links about the health reform debate, and lots of opinions (many but not all we agree with).

It includes both Beth Capell’s analysis (here at the Health Access Blog) and my take (at The New Republic’s The Treatment) on the employer requirement in the various health reform proposals in the Senate and the House.

Several California leaders had a good discussion at KQED’s Healthy Dialogues. The conversation has ended, but there’s lots of good posts for your perusal–even if there are a few that I violently disagree with.

Finally, the Insure the Uninsured Project has a new health reform blog, by Adam Dougherty, MPH, a Californian reporting from Washington, DC for this exciting summer of health reform.

He took the above photo, of California Congressman Xavier Becerra–and a key leader in the House of Representatives–speaking at the HCAN Rally on June 25th, and the photo to the left of me, arms draped with the California flag, as I reviewed with coalition members the multiple Congressional visits we did that day.

There’s definitely a lot going on. Tomorrow or Monday, the House leadership is expected to unveil its full proposal, including financing and CBO scoring.

More to come.

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