September 18, 2009

Rachel points out that the states that have the most elected representatives opposed to health care/insurance reform are also the same ones that rank the worst in a number of national health metrics, such as HPV vaccination rates, teenage pregnancy, premature births, lowest birth weight and infant mortality.

As Rachel notes, you'd think they'd be the states most concerned with rather than opposed to some real reform of our health care system.

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