WASHINGTON The International Franchise Association has voiced its opposition to the health care reform bill introduced last week in the U.S. House of Representatives, claiming that the legislation's passage would harm small-business operators. David French, the IFA's vice president of government relations, said the organization supports health care reform but that it "cannot support reform at any price." While the IFA supports several provisions in HR 3962 that make "necessary changes in ...

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