US lawmakers propose sweeping dental reforms
The lack of oral health services for poor, elderly, and rural Americans has been haunting U.S. Sen. Bernard Sanders, I-Vt., for years. On June 7, in hopes of addressing the issue once and for all, he introduced what he called "the most comprehensive dental care legislation in American history." "Tens of millions of Americans are unable to access affordable dental care, and they suffer as a result of that," said Sanders, announcing the introduction of the Comprehensive Dental Reform Act of 2012 during a press conference at the U.S. Capitol.
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