North Dakota's Sen. Conrad takes cautious approach to public option health care plan
GRAND FORKS -- Sen. Kent Conrad, D-N.D., architect of the cooperatives alternative to the controversial public option plan to reform the nation's health insurance system, said Tuesday that he will "reserve judgment" on the apparent revival of a government-run insurance provision in the Senate.
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