U.S. Sen. Richard Burr said he has a better idea for health care reform, but he can’t get support from his party or the White House.
The Republican senator from North Carolina stopped at the Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University on his way home to Winston-Salem from Washington, D.C., to share his thoughts on health care reform and the Affordable Care Act with physicians and medical students.
Burr said he most often is asked what it is like to be part of the debates in Washington these days, and more important, what he felt going through the debate on the Affordable Care Act.
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