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Asked if the administration’s program will be drafted specifically to prevent it from evolving into a single-payer plan, Sebelius says: “I think that’s very much the case, and again, if you want anybody to convince people of that, talk to the single-payer proponents who are furious that the single-payer idea is not part of the discussion.”

Sebelius says such concerns are unfounded because a single-payer plan is not under consideration, and these “draconian” scenarios have muddled the conversation over the president’s proposal for a public option.

The full article and audio of the interview is available here.

Addressing Harvard in 2007, Sebelius stated “I’m all for single- payer…eventually.” Review a summary of Secretary Sebelius’ record on health care here.

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