The Politics, Power Players Of Health Care Reform The New Republic senior editor Jonathan Cohn discusses power players of health care reform, including the insurance lobby, the pharmaceutical lobby, the American Medical Association and Congress.

The Politics, Power Players Of Health Care Reform

The Politics, Power Players Of Health Care Reform

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Jonathan Cohn is the senior editor — and health care blogger — for the New Republic Courtesy of HarperCollins hide caption

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Jonathan Cohn is the senior editor — and health care blogger — for the New Republic

Courtesy of HarperCollins

The New Republic senior editor Jonathan Cohn discusses power players of health care reform, including the insurance lobby, the pharmaceutical lobby, the American Medical Association and Congress.

Cohn is the author of Sick: The Untold Story of America's Health Care Crisis — and the People Who Pay the Price, in which he makes a case for universal health care coverage through a government-regulated, single-payer system. He writes about health care for The New Republic's blog The Treatment.