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Friday, September 4, 2009

Bentley to discuss health care

State Rep. Robert Bentley of Tuscaloosa will host a town hall on health care at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Embassy Suites in downtown Montgomery.
Bentley, one of six Republicans who have announced they are running for governor, is a doctor who practices dermatology.
He has labeled the event "Real Solutions: Health Care Town Hall." The general public is invited to attend.
Bentley, who has served in the Alabama House of Representatives for seven years, said in a statement that the event "will focus on offering solutions at the state level to improve the quality, affordability and accessibility of health care in Alabama." He will also talk about his concerns with health care proposals being considered by Congress.
The legislator will take questions from the audience.
"As a doctor for 34 years, I have gained insight into the problems doctors and their patients face as our health care system has been taken over by insurance companies and government bureaucrats," Bentley said. "As governor, I will work to restore the doctor-patient relationship."

-- posted by Sebastian Kitchen


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