Forum staff reports, Published November 07 2009
Peterson won’t support health care reform bill
WASHINGTON – Rep. Collin Peterson, D-Minn., said Friday that he plans to vote against the health care reform bill currently in the House.
Peterson said there are a number of things in the bill he does not support, among them cost containment.
He said people have to understand that there is no free lunch and that the government can’t take care of everything.
He said he’s voting “no” for his grandchildren.