Grand Junction became the focus of the national health care debate Saturday, when President Barack Obama held a town hall meeting at an area high school. The President sought to personalize his call for reform by arguing that his plan would benefit the majority of Americans who already have health insurance. And, he cited Grand Junction as an example of how changing market incentives can bring health care costs down. KCFR Health Reporter Eric Whitney has more.
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