LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — A coalition of organizations that includes Wal-Mart Stores issued a challenge here Friday to business, labor and political leaders to commit to resolving the nation’s health care system within the next four years. Otherwise, the number of uninsured people by 2012 will climb by 7 million and the costs businesses pay for benefits will rise by 55%, according to Better Health Care Together, which was founded a year ago to develop “a common-sense approach to health care,” ...
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