Many of the nation's health insurers are opposed to a key part of the Democrats' plan to overhaul health care. Supporters call it the "public option" — which means the government would offer a health insurance plan for individuals. Dr. Sam Nussbaum is chief medical officer for WellPoint, the nation's largest health insurer. He explains to Steve Inskeep why his organization is against the public option.
'Public Option' Sticking Point For Health Insurer
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