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This is the VOA Special English Ecnomics report.
President Obama has signed legislation to reform the health-care system in the Unite States.The main goal is to insure about 32 million additional people,that is about 95% of Americans who are not already covered by Medicare-the government insurance program for older people.
About 16 million people will be added to Medicade-the government health plan for the poor. The law will require Americans to have health insurance with the few exceptions will pay a fine starting in 4 years.Also in 4 years,employers with more than 50 workers will have to offer their employees a health insurance paln.And employers will pay a fine for each uninsured worker.Smaller businsses will receive tax credites to help pay for health plans.
People not covered by a Employer plans,Medicade or Medicare could buy health insurance in marcket places called Exchanges.The idea is that competition amony plants will drive down costs.States will provide the Exchanges by 2014.
The law is the biggest change in Amercian health caree since 1965,but it is not a government-operated health care system like the ones in other countries.President Obama says it provides limited reform.This is radical reform,But is major reform.This legislation will not fix everything in health or health care system,but it moves us to the signs in the right direction.
xx is chief excutive of the non-profit memorial care health system in California.He says the new law gets the issue of health reform moving.But he notes it is mainly health insurance reform.He says law makers will have to reform the way health care is provided.That means finding ways for hospitals,doctors and other providers to work together more effectively.Mr xx also would like to see more attention on prevetion,so fewer people need costly medical treatment.
The law is expected to cost about 940 billion dollars over 10 years.However,the Obama Administation says the plan will cut the nations budget deficit by more than 100 billion dollars during that period.Last year, the Unite State spent 2.5 trillion dollars on health care.this was an increase of almost 6% from the year before.
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This is the VOA special English economics report.

President Obama has signed legislation to reform the health care system in the United States. The main goal is to ensure about 32 million additional people, that is about 95% of Americans who are not already covered by Medicare, the government insurance program for older people. About 16 million people will be added to Medicaid, the government health plan for the poor.

The law will require Americans to have health insurance with few exceptions will pay a fine starting in four years. Also in four years, employers with more than 50 workers will have to offer their employees a health insurance plan. Employers will pay a fine for each uninsured worker. Smaller businesses will receive tax credits to help pay for health plans.

People not covered by employer plans, Medicaid or Medicare could by health insurance in market places called exchanges. The idea is that competition among plans will drive down costs. States will provide these exchanges by 2014.

  The law is the biggest change in American health care since 1965. But it is not a government operated health system like ones in other countries. President Obama says it provides limited reform.

  This is a radical reform, but it is a major reform. This legislation will not fix everything that ills our health care system. But it moves us decisively in the redirection.

  Berry Albaco is chief executive of the non-profit memorial care health system in Soutine Valley California. He says the new law gets the issue of health reform moving. But he notes it is mainly health insurance reform. He says lawmakers will have to reform the way health care is provided. That means finding ways fro hospitals, doctors and other providers to work together more effectively.

  Mr. Albaco also would like to see more attention on prevention. So fewer people need costly medical treatment.

The law is expected to cost about 940 billion dollars over ten years. However, the Obama administration says the plans will cut the nation’s budget deficit by more than 100 billion dollars during that period.

Last year the United States spent two and a half trillion dollars on health care. This was an increase of almost 6% from the year before.

  And that’s the VOA special English economics report, written by Mario Ritter. I’m Steve Ember.
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This is the VOA special English Economics Report. President Obama has signed legislation to reform the health care system in the United States. The main goal is to insure about 32 million additional people that is about 95% of Americans who are not already covered by medicare, the government insurance programme for the old peopl. About 16 million people will be added to medicade, the government health plan for the poor. The law will requir Americans to have health insurance with a few exceptions were pay a fine starting in four years. Also in four years, employers with more than fifty workers will have to offer their employees a health insurance plan. Employers will pay a fine for each uninsured worker. Smaller businesses will receive tax quadded to rehelp pay for health plan. People are not covered by employers' plans, medicade or medicare could buy health insurance in marketplaces called exchanges.The idea is that competition among plans will drive down cost. States will provide the exchanges by 2040. The law is the biggest change in American healthcare since 1965, but it is not a government opposited healthcare system like the ones in other country. President Obama says it provides limit reform.
This is a redical reform, but it is a major reform. Those legislation remarks take every single else to our healthcare system, but it moved us the * the right direction.
Barry Elbecoe is chief executive of the non-profit memorial care health system in Southern Vally Callifornia. He says the new law gets the issue at health reform moving. But he notes it is mainly health insurance reform. He says law makers will have to reform the way healthcare is provided that means finding ways for hospitals,doctors and other providers to work together more effectively. Mr. Elbecoe also would like to see more attention on provention, so few people need costly medical treatment. The law is expected to cost about $140,000,000,000 over ten years. However, the Obama administration says the plan will cut the nation's budget deficit by more than $100 billion during that period. Last year, the United States spent $2.5 trillion on healthcare. This was an increase of almost 6% from the year before. And that's the VOA Special English Economics Report writing by Maria Waiter. I'm Steve Ember.

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SENEWS-2010-03-26 This is the VOA special english economics report. President Obama has signed legislation to reform the health care system in Unite States. The main goal is to insure about thirty two million additional people that is about ninety five percent of Americans who are not already covered by Medicare the goverment insurance program for older people. About sixty million people will be added to Medicaid, the goverment health plan for the poor. The law will require Americans to have health insurance with a few exceptions or pay a fine starting in four years. Also in four years employers with more than fifty workers will have to offer their employees a health insurance plan. Employers will pay a fine for each uninsured worker. Smaller business will receive tax credits to help pay for health plans. People not covered by employee plans Medicaid or Medicare could buy health insurance in market places called exchanges. The idea is that competition among plans will draw down costs. States will provide these exchanges by 2014. The law is the biggest change in American health care since 1965. But it is not a goverment operated health care system like the ones in other countries. President Obama says it provides limited reform. This is not radical reform, but is major reform. This legislation will not fix everything that ails our health care system. But it moves us decisively in the right direction. Barry Arbuck is cheif executive of the no profit Memorial Care health system in Fountain Valley, California. He says the new law gets the issue of health reform moving. But he notes it is mainly health insurance reform. He says law makers will have to reform the way health care is provided. That means finding ways for hospitals, doctors, and other provides to work together more effectively. Mr Arbuck also would like to see more attention on prevention so fewer people need costly medical treatment. The law is expected to cost nine hundred forty billion dollars over ten years. However, the Obama adminstration says the plan cut the nation's budget deficit by more than one hundred billion dollars during that period. Last year the Unite States spent two and a half trillion dollars on health care. This was an increase of almost six percent from a year before. And that's the VOA special English economics report, written by Mario Writer. I'm Steve Vember.
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This is the VOA special English Economics Report.

President Obama has signed legislation to reform the health care system in the Untied States. The main goal is to insure about 32 million additional people, that is about 95% of the Americans who are not already covered by medic care, the government insurance program for old people.

About 16 million people will be added to medicate, the government health plan for the poor. The law will require Americans to have health insurance with a few exceptions will pay a fine starting in four years. Also in four years, employers with more than 50 workers will have to offer their employees a health insurance plan. Employers will pay a fine for each uninsured worker.

Smaller businesses will receive tax credits who help pay health plans. People not covered by employer plans medicate or medic care could buy health insurance in market places called exchanges. The idea is that the competition among plans will drive down costs. States will provide the exchanges by 2014.

The law is the biggest change in American health care since 1965, but it is not a government operated health care system like the ones in other countries. President Obama says it provides limited reform.

Obama: This is radical reform, but it is major reform. Legislation will not fix everything but else our health care system, but it moves us to * the direction.

* * is chief * of the nonprofit * care health system in * valley, California. He says the new law gets the issue of health reform moving, but he notes it is mainly health insurance reform. He says lawmakers will have to reform the way health care is provided. That means finding ways for hospitals, doctors and other providers to work together more effectively. Mr. * also would like to see more attention on prevention, so fewer people need costly medical treatment.

The law is expected to cost about 940 billion dollars over ten years. However the Obama administration says the plan will cut the nation’s budget * by more than one hundred billion dollars during that period. Last year the United States spent two and a half trillion dollars on health care. This was an increase of almost 6% from the year before.
And that’s the VOA special English Economics Report, written by Mario Ritter. I’m Steve Ember.
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This is the VOA special English economic report.President Obama has signed legislation to reform health care system in Unite States.The main goal is to ensure about 32 million additional people,that is about 95 per cents Americans who are not already covered by medic care government insurance program for older people.About six-million people will be added to medic care,the government health plan for the poor.The law will require Americans to have insurance withfew exceptions or pay a fine starting in 4 years.Also in 4 years,employers with more than five workers will also have to offer their employees'their health insurance plan.Employers will pay a fine for each uninsured worker,smaller business will receive tax-credits to help pay for health plans.People not covered by employer plans,medic pay or medic care could buy health insurance could buy marked placed called exchanges.The idea is that competitions among the plans will draw down costs.States will provide exchanges by 2014.the law is the biggest change in American health care since 1965,but it is not government-operated health care system like one in other countries.President Obama says it provides limited reform.
"This is radical reform but it's major reform.This regislation will not take everything from ill to health system,but it moves us to a ..."
Baray Oabako is chief executive of non-profit // care heath system in Souther Ally California,hesays the new law gets the issue of health reform moving but he notes it is mainly health insurance reform.He says law-mekers will have to reform the way health care it provided.Thaty means finding ways for hospitals,doctors and other providers to work together more effectively.Mr Obako also would like to see more attention on prevention so fewer people will need costly medical treatments.The law is expected to cost nine hundred fourty billion dollars over ten years.However the Obam Administration says the plan will cut the nation deversate by one hundred billion dollars during that period.Last the Unite States spends two and half trillion dollars on health care.It was an increase about six per cent  the year before.
And that is the VOA special English economics report.Written by Mario Britin.I am Steven Ember.
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President Obama has signed the legislation to reform the health care system in the United States. The main goal is to insure about 32 million additional people. That is about 95 percent of Americans who are not already covered by medicare, the government insurance programme for older people.

About sixteent million people will be added to Medicaid, the government health plan for the poor. The law will require Americans to have health insurance with a few exceptions or pay a fine starting in four years. Also in four years, employers with more than 50 workers will have to offer their employees their health insurance plan. Employers will pay a fine for each uninsured worker. Smaller businesses will receive tax credits to help pay for health plans.

People not covered by employer plans, medicaid or medicare could buy health insurance in market places called exchanges. The idea is that competition among plans will drive down costs. States will provide these exchanges by 2014.

The law is the biggest change in American health care since 1965. But it is not a government operated health care system like the ones in other countries. President Obama says it provides limited reform.


This isn't radical reform, but it is major reform. This legislation will not fix everything that ills our health care system but it moves us ---- in the right direction.

Barry ----  is chief executive of the non-profit ---- care Health System in southern Valley, California.  He says the new law gets the issue of health reform moving.  But he notes it is mainly health insurance reform. He says lawmakers will have to reform the way health care is provided. That means finding ways for hospitals, doctors and other providers to work together more effectively.  Mr.A--- also would like to see more attention on prevention, so fewer people need costly medical treatment,

The law is expected to cost about 940 billion dollars over ten years. However, the Obama Administration says the plan will cut the nation's budget deficit by more than 100 billion dollars during that period. Last year, the United States spends 2.5 trillion dollars on healthcare. This was an increase of almost 6% from the year before.








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this is the voa special english economics report.president Obama has signed legislation to reform the health care system in the united states.the main goal is to ensure about 32 million additional people that is 95 percent of the americans who are not already coverd by medic-care the goverment insurrance program for older people.about 16 million people will be added to medicate the goverment health plan for the poor.tha law will require americans do have health insurrance with a few exceptions or pay a fine starting in 4 years.also in 4 years employers with more than 50 workers will have to offer their employees the health insurrance plan. employers will pay a fine for each uninsured worker.smaller businesses will receive tax credits to help pay for health plans.people not covered by employer plans ,medicate,or medic-care could buy health insurrance in market places called exchanges.the idea is a competetion among plans will drive down costs.states will provide these exchanges by 2014.the law is the biggest change in american health care since 1965.but it is not a goverment operated health-care system like the ones in other countries.president Obama says it provides limited reform.this is radical reform,but it is major reform.these legislation will not fix everything the allys are health-care systems,but move us excessively in redirections.Barria Barcal is chief excutive of the nonprofit lamaoray care health system in salten valley california.he says the new law get the issue of health reform moving.but in notes it is mainly health insurrance reform.he says lawmakers will have to reform the way health care is provided,means finding with hospitals,doctors,and other providers to work together more effectively.Mr.Barcal also would like to say more attention on privention.so fewer people need costly medical treatment.the law is expected to cost about 940 billion dollars over 10 years.however ,the Obama administrations says the plan will cut the nation's budget deficits by more than 100 billion dollars during that period.last year the united states spent 2 and half trillion dollars on health care.this was an increase above most 6 percent from year before.and that's the voa special english economics report written by Maril Reater.I am Steve Ember.
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This is the VOA special English economics report.

Present Obama has signed legislation to reform the healthcare system in the United States. The main goal is to ensure about 32 million additional people.That is about 95 percent of Americans who are not already coverd by  medicare the government insurance program for older people.

About 60 million people will be added to medicate the government health plan for the poor. The law will require Americans to have health insurance with a few exceptions or pay a fine starting in 4 years. Also in 4 years employers with more than 50 workers will have to offer their employees a health insurance plan. Employers will pay a fine for each uninsured worker, smaller businesses will receive tax credits to help pay for health plans.

People not covered by employer plans medicate or medicare could buy health insurance in market places called exchanges. The idea is that competition among plans will drive down the costs. States will provide these exchanges by 2014. The law is the biggest change in American healthcare since 1965, but it is not a government operated health care system like the ones in other countries. Present Obama says it provides limited reform.

"This is radical reform, but it's major reform. This legislation will not fix everything that ails our health sysyem, but it moves us decisively in the  right diretion. "

B is chief executive of the non-profit memorical care health sysyem in Foutain Valley California. He says the new law gets the issue of health reform moving, but he notes it is mainly health insurance reform. He says lawmakers will have to reform the way healthcare is provided, that means finding ways for hospitals, doctors and other providers to work together more effectively.

B also would like to see more attention on prevention, so fewer people need costly medical treatement. The law is expected to cost about 940 billion dollars over 10 years. However, the Obama administration says the plan will cut the nations budget deficit by more than 100 billion dollars during that period. Last year the United States spend two and a half twillion  dollars on health care. This was an increase of almost 6 percent from the year before.



And that's the VOA special English economics report.

Written by Mario ,

I'm Steve Ember.


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This is the Voa Special English Economics Report.

President Obama has signed a legislation to reform the health care system in the United States.The main goal is to ensure about thirty-two million additional people,that is about nity-five percent of Americans who are not already covered by Medicare, the government insurance program for older people.

About sixteen million people will be added to Medicate,the government health plan for the pool.The law will require Americans to have health insurance,with a few exceptions or pay an fine starting in four years.

Also in four years ,employers with more than fifty workers will have to offer their employees a health insurance plan.Employers will pay an fine for each uninsured worker.Smaller businesses will receive tax credits to help pay for health plans.

People not covered by Employer Plans, Medicate ,or Medicare,could buy health insurance in market places called Exchanges,the idea is that competition among plans will drive down costs.States will provide these exchanges by 2014.

The law is the biggest change in American health care ,since 1965.But it's not a governmetn operated health care system ,like the ones in other countries.President Obama says it provides limited reform.

"This is a radical reform,but it's a major reform.This legislation will not fix everything the errors are (没介词?)health care system ,but it moves us decisively in the right direction."

Barry A. is cheif executive of the nonprofit Mamorio care system in S.in California.He says the new law gets the issues of health reform moving,but he notes it's mainly health insurance reform.He says law makers will have to reform the way health care is provided,that means finding ways for hospitals ,doctors,and other providers to work together more effectively.Mr. A also would like to see more attention on prevention ,so few people need cosyly medical treatment.

The law is expected to cost about 940 billion dollars over ten years.However,the Obama administration  says the plan will cut the nation's budget deficit by more than 100 billion dollars during that period.

Last year ,the United States spent 250 trillion dollars(什么概念...) on health care,this was an increase of  almost six percent from the year before.

And that's the Voa Special English Economics Report,written by Mario Ritter,I'm Steve Ember.
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This is the voa Special English Economics Report.
President Obama has signed a legislation to reform the health care system in the United States. The main goal is to ensure about 32 million additional people, that is 95% of Americans who are not already covered by medi-care by government insurance program for older people. About 16million people will be added to  medi-caid, the government health plan for the poor.
The law will require Americans to have health insurance with few exceptions or pay a fine starting in four years. Also in four years, employers with more than 50 workers will have to offer their employees a health insurance plan. Employers will pay a fine for each uninsured worker. Smaller businesses will receive tax credits to help pay for health plans. People not covered by employer plans, Medi-caid or Medi-care, could by health insurance in market places, called exchanges.
The idea is that competition of buying a plan will drive down costs. States will provide these exchanges by 2040. The law is the biggest change in American health care since 1965. But it is not a government-operated health care systems like the ones in othere countries.
Prisdent Obama says it provides limited reform. This is not a radical reform, but it is a major reform. This legislation will not take everything or else into our health care systm, but moves us pricisely in the right direction.
Barri Albacof is chief executive of the non-profit Amorio care health system in Southern Valley, Califolia. He says, the new law gets the issue of health reform moving ,but he notes it is mainly health-insurance reform. He says, law-makers will have to reform the way health care is provided, that means finding ways for hospitals, doctors and other providers to work together more effectively. Mr Albacof would like to say more attention on prevention, so fewer people need costly medical treatment.
The law is expected to cost 940 billion dollars over 10 years. However, the Obama administration says, the plan will cut the nation's budget deficit by more than 100 billion dollars during that period. Last year, the United States spend 2 and a half trillion dollars on health care. This was an increase of almost 6 percent from the year before.
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President Obama has signed legeslation to reform the health care system in the USA .The main goal is to assure about 32M additional people that is about 95% of Americans who are not already covered by medical care-the government insurance program for older people .
About 16 M people will be added to medicaded  ,the government 's health plan for the poor.The law will requre Americans to have health insurances with a few exception or pay a fine starting in 4 years .
ALso in 4 years ,employers with  more than 15 workers will have to offer their employees a health inssurance plan.Employers will pay a fine for each uninsuranced worker.
Smaller  buiness will receive tax credits to help pay for health plans .People not covered by employer plans ,medicated or medicine care could buy healthe insurance in market place ,called exchanges .
The idea is that competition among plans will drive down cost.States will provide the exchangers  by 20-15.The law is the biggest change in the American health care since 1965.
But it's not a govenment operated health care system like the ones  in other countries .
President Obama says it provides limited reform.
This is a medical reform ,but it's major reform .This legeslation will not take everything or else ,our health care.but it moves us to in the r...
B is CEO of the non-profit M health care in southern valley Califalia.He says the new law gets the issue of health reform moving.
But he notes it is a mainly health insurance reform.He says lawmakers will have to reform the way health care is provided.That means finding ways for hospitals ,doctors and other providers to work together more effectively .Mr A also would like to say more attation on provition .So fewer people need costly medical treatment.
The law is expected to cost about 940 billion $ over 10 years .However ,the Obama administation says the plan will cut the nation's budget definately  by more  100 B during that period .L y .The US health care spent 2.5 trillion $ on health .This was an increase above 6 % from the year before

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This is the VOA special english economics report.
President Obama has signed a legislation to reform the healthcare system in the United States. The main goal is to insure about 32 million additional people. That is about 95% of Americans who are not already covered by medi-care the government insurance programme for older people. About 16 million people will be added to medicaid the government health plan for the poor. The law will require Americans to have health insurance with a few exceptions or pay a fine starting in 4 years.
Also in 4 years, employers with more than 50 worrkers will have to offer their emlpoyees a health insurance plan. And employers will pay a fine for each uninsured worker. Smaller businesses will receive tax credits to help pay for health plan. People not covered by the employer's plans, medicaid or meidi-care could buy health insurance in market places called exchanges. The idea is that competition among plans will drive down costs. States will povide the exchanges by 2014.
The law is the biggest change of American healthcare since 1965, but it is not a governent operated healthcare system like the ones in other counries.
President Obama says it provides limited reform. This is a radical reform, but it is a major reform.This legislation  will not affect anything else or healthcare system, but it move disaster aside in the regulation.
B.R.B is chief executive of the non-profit memorial care health system in Southern Valley, Callifornia. He says the new law gets the issue of health reform moving. But it notes it is mainly health insurance reform. He says lawmakers with help to reform the way healthcare is provided. That means finding ways for hospitals, doctors and other providers to work together more effectively. Next R. B. also would like to say  more attention on prevention, so fewer people need costly medical treatment.
The law is expected to cost about 940 billion dollars over ten years. However, the Obama's administation says the  plan will cut the nation's budget deficit by more than one hundred billion dollars during that period. Next year, the United States spend two and a half trillion dollars on health care. This was an increase about most 6% from the year before.
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This is the VOA Special English Economic's Report.

President Obama has signed a legislation to reform the health care system in the United States.The main goal is to insure about 32 million additional people that is about 95 percent of Americans who are not already covered by medicare.The government insurance program for old people,about 16 million people will be added to medicate the government health plan for the poor.

The law will require Americans to have health insurance with a few exceptions were paid off fine starting in 4 years.Also in four years,employers with more than sixty workers will have to offer their employees a health insurance plan.Employers will pay off fine for each unissued worker.Small businnesses will receive tax credits to help pay for health plans.People not covered by an employer plan's medicate or medicare could buy health insurance in market places called exchanges.

The idea is that the competition among plans will drive down costs,states will provide the exchanges by 2014.The law is the biggest change in American Health Care since 1965.But it is not the government operated health care system like ones in other countries.President Obama says it provides limited reform.This is the radical reform,but it's major reform.This legislation will not fix everything and errors for health care system.But it moves us decisively in the right direction.

Barry-al-balkle is chief executive of the non-private momorial care health system in southern valley California.He says the new law gets the issue of health reform moving.But he notes it is mainly health insurance  reform.He says that lawmakers will have to reform the way health care is provided. That means finding ways for hospitals,doctors and other providers to work together more effectively.Mr Al-balkle also would like to see more attention on prevention,so fewer people need costly medical treatment.

The law is respected to cost 940 billion dollars over ten years.However,the Obama administration say the plan will cut the nation budget deficit by more than 100 billion dollars during that period.Last year,the United States spent two and a half trillion dollars on health care.This was an increase Obama's 6 percent from year before.And that is the VOA Special English Economic's Report written by Maria witter.I'm Steve Ember.

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This is the VOA Special English Economics Report.

President Obama has signed legislation to reform the health care system in the United States. The main goal is to ensure about thirty two million additional people. That is about ninety five percent of Americans who are not already covered by medicare the government insurance program for old people. About sixteen million people will be added to medicaid, the government health plan for the poor. The law will require Americans do have health insurance with a few exceptions or pay a fine starting in four years. Also in four years, employers with more than fifty workers will have to offer their employees a health insurance plan. Employers with pay a fine for each uninsured worker. Smaller businesses will receive tax credits to help pay for health plans.

People not covered by employer plans, medicaid or medicare, could buy health insurance in marketplaces called exchanges. The idea is that competition among plans will drive down costs. States will provide these exchanges by twenty forteen. The law is the biggest change in the American health care since nineteen sixty five. But it is not a government operated health care system like the ones in other countries. President Obama says it provides limited reform. "This is * reform, but is major reform. This legislation would now fix everything to ills are health care system. But it moves us the * in the regu*tion."

Berry O* is chief exective of the non-profit * care health system in * vally California. He says the law gets the issue of health reform moving. But he notes it is mainly health insurance reform. He says lawmakers will have to reform the way health care is provided. That means finding ways for hospitals, doctors, and other providers, to work together more effectively. Mr. O* also would like to see more attention on prevention. So fewer people need costly medical treatment.

The law is expected cost about nine hundred forty billion dollars over ten years. However, the Obama administration says the plan will cut the nation's budget deficit by more than one hundred billion dollars during that period. Last year, the Untied States spent two and a half trillion dollars on health care. This was an increase about almost six percent from the year before.

And that's the VOA Special English Economics Report, written by Mario Ritter. I’m Steve Ember.

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