American health care system 'still the best in the world' argues Rep. Mark Green during virtual COVID-19 town hall

During a virtual COVID-19 town hall hosted by Rep. Mark Green Friday morning, Franklin Alderman Beverly Burger voiced concerns of “liberals” using the ongoing coronavirus pandemic as an “excuse to push for more socialized medicine,” asking the congressman what his plans were to push back on that agenda.
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Rep. Mark Green speaks with the Home Page ahead of historic $2 trillion coronavirus aid package vote

On Wednesday, the United States Senate passed the single largest economic stimulus bill in American history: the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act.  After the Senate passed it late Wednesday night, the bill, which includes roughly $2 trillion in economic support for businesses and workers, is now set to see a vote in the United States House of Representatives Friday morning. If it’s passed, the bill would then be sent to President Donald Trump’s desk for final approval. One of the 435 members of the House that will cast a vote on the aid package is none other than Rep. Mark Green, who represents Tennessee’s 7th Congressional District. On Thursday, Green spoke with the Home Page at length about his thoughts on Tennessee’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic, as well as his thoughts on the CARES Act.
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What a Doctor and Congressman Has to Say About COVID-19

Besides being a congressman, Rep. Mark Green, R-Tenn., is an emergency room physician and Army special operations veteran. He joins me today on The Daily Signal Podcast to discuss his perspective on the coronavirus pandemic, what the Senate’s relief package gets right and wrong, and why the U.S. shouldn’t be dependent on China for pharmaceuticals and medical supplies.
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