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This time health care really is an election issue and Canadians could be the winners, here's why

Canada needs a national champion with a plan and the Supreme Court's ruling gives Paul Martin some real political leverage to articulate one.

Now we can dispense with talk about "hidden agendas." The recent Supreme Court decision on health makes the issue crystal clear. Either we fix single-payer health care or we lose it. It also throws Paul Martin a real election issue.

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This time health care really is an election issue and Canadians could be the winners, here's why

Canada needs a national champion with a plan and the Supreme Court's ruling gives Paul Martin some real political leverage to articulate one.

Now we can dispense with talk about "hidden agendas." The recent Supreme Court decision on health makes the issue crystal clear. Either we fix single-payer health care or we lose it. It also throws Paul Martin a real election issue.

  

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Friday, March 27, 2015
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