Both North Carolina Senator's took to the floor of the US Senate to debate their feelings on Health Care Reform.
Senator Kay Hagan said in a statement Saturday, "We are now ready to debate on the Senate floor a pro-patient, pro-consumer bill that strengthens the current system,” Hagan said.
“It protects Medicare and expands prescription coverage for our seniors. Individuals and employers who like their health insurance and doctors will keep them, " Hagan continued.
Senator Richard Burr took to the senate floor debated the opposing position.
He said in part, "this is not a health care bill. This is a layaway plan. In fact, what we've been presented is a plan where they are asking Americans to pay in for four years before they get their product."
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