Local group organizes free health clinic; will open in May
By The Staff
Wednesday, July 7, 2010 at 7:00 pm
Whether you prefer donkeys or elephants, Sunday night’s passage of the health care reform bill was historic.
On the news, at work and around the water cooler, health care seems to be quite a hot topic, and rightfully so.
We all need it.
Washington, D.C. politicians may sit in the capital building for years arguing, debating and pondering how to best bring health care to every citizen.
But in Harrison County, one group is already working to make that dream a reality in Cynthiana.
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