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'Death Panel' Inventor & Critic of Healthcare Reform Betsy McCaughey 'Has Close Ties' to Philip Morris; Healthcare Industry Today Offers Complete Coverage
Date:9/21/2009

WASHINGTON, Sept. 21 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- /EIN News/ According to the Web site Raw Story, Rolling Stone Magazine is about to reveal that during the Clinton administration Philip Morris "worked off-the-record with . . . writer Betsy McCaughey" to help derail health care reform which would have been partly funded by a huge increase in tobacco taxes.

McCaughey is also credited with inventing the term "death panels" used by anti-healthcare reform activists determined to scuttle Barack Obama's reform plans.

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