When Wendell Potter sounds off about the health insurance industry, people listen. Why? Because Potter himself was once a senior communications official for a major health insurance carrier until he quit and become one of the industry’s most persistent gadflies. In this article, Potter speaks about how industry lobbying is skewing the discussion regarding health insurance law, and how a “Congressional Hearing” on such topics involves very little hearing — and even less listening. Read on and judge for yourself.
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