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Aguon organizes forum on health care reform

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Legislative oversight chair on health senator Frank Aguon, Jr. will hold a community round table meeting next week to discuss the impacts the health care reform law will have on Guam. Aguon is inviting all members of the health community to discuss the implications of the newly-passed measure.

The senator states that the comprehensive health care reform law has created confusion and a number of questions as far as Guam residents are concerned.  Aguon is also inviting Congresswoman Madeleine Bordallo or her representative to discuss with the public on how the new law will affect the health care services for island.

The roundtable is scheduled for Tuesday, April 6 at 9AM in the Guam Legislature's Public Hearing Room.

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