Major doctors group votes to oppose single-payer health care


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The nation's largest doctors group on Tuesday voted against a measure that would have dropped its decades-long opposition to single-payer health care proposals.

The American Medical Association's (AMA) House of Delegates voted 53 percent to 47 percent against the measure, but adopted a slate of proposals to shore up the Affordable Care Act.


The effort to drop the decades-old opposition was largely led by medical students, according to Modern Healthcare.