[November 10, 2007 @ 7:36 am] David Catron

While our “leaders” in Congress debate expansion of the State Children’s Health Insurance Program, the voters of Oregon have resoundingly rejected a similar effort in their state. Per the WSJ:

Oregon voters passed judgment Tuesday on a plan that would have made their state children’s health insurance program “universal” … the referendum took a major shellacking, with voters siding three to two against.

Which begs the following question: If the advocates of “universal” health care can’t get it done in the deep blue state of Oregon, where can they get it done?

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