GARDNER, N.D. — Some are wondering “whether” this health care law will be sunny skies and good growing conditions, or whether it will be a flood of storm clouds and rain that will damage our future “crop.”
In a statement issued Nov. 23, the farm organization said it is opposed to all farm program payments and asks that they be discontinued. The organization then goes on to decry health care reform as a government takeover, which it is not.
A growing shortage of rural physicians is taking its toll, and patients are feeling the crunch: Longer waits for non-emergency appointments. More care delegated to mid-level practicioners. Primary care physicians refusing to take on new patients.
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