Rep. James Lankford answers constituent questions about health care
Rep. James Lankford, R-Oklahoma City, called the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act an infringement on state sovereignty but said some of the reforms in the bill are good and many changes are needed to the health care industry.
Rep. James Lankford told about 60 constituents Tuesday at a town hall meeting that changes are needed in the health care industry and that he could support creating an online program allowing consumers to compare health insurance companies.
Although Lankford wouldn't discuss whether Oklahoma should set up an online health care exchange as required by federal law, he said such exchanges could accelerate free market competition....
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