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In the Nation's Interest

Business Leaders Urge Action on Health-Care Reform

CED has engaged business leaders, academics, and companies on the importance of action on health care reform. Those listed below have signed on to CED's public statement on health-care reform:

"Every American with good health care should be able to keep the coverage he or she has, but every American also should have more choices among private insurance plans. Those plans should be portable when people change jobs. And every American should be able to save money if he or she makes a wise choice among those alternative health-care plans."

Roy Bostock
Sealedge Investments, LLC
Ed Kangas
Chairman & CEO (retired)
Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu
Carl T. Camden
President & CEO
Kelly Services
Joseph E. Kasputys
Founder & Chairman
IHS Global Insight
Robert B. Chess
Nektar Therapeutics
William Lewis
Founding Director Emeritus
McKinsey Global Institute
Michael Chesser
Chairman & CEO
Great Plains Energy
Alonzo McDonald
Chairman & CEO
Avenir Group, Inc.
Clayton Christensen
Harvard Business School
Alfred Mockett
Chairman & CEO
Corinthian Capital, LLC
W. Bowman Cutter
Managing Director
Warburg Pincus LLC
Peter G. Peterson
Founder & Chairman
The Blackstone Group
FedEx Corporation Landon Rowland
Director & Chairman Emeritus
Janus Capital Group
Patrick W. Gross
The Lovell Group
John White
Kennedy School of Government
Harvard University
Jeffrey A. Joerres
Chairman & CEO
Manpower, Inc.

Download the public statement.