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Topic - Beth Haynes
Being accepted to medical school was once seen as a ticket to a prosperous and fulfilling career, but today's students face far less certain futures under Obamacare.
"The interaction I have with students — they're young and enthusiastic, and I don't think they've had that much real-life experience understanding what lies ahead," said Dr. Haynes, who also serves as senior policy analyst for Docs 4 Patient Care, which opposes the president's health care law. "More physicians are going to become employees instead of small-business owners, and I have no problem with that decision, but then you're getting to be more like civil servants."
'What is my life going to be like? What kind of living am I going to make?'" said Dr. Beth Haynes, executive director of the Benjamin Rush Society, a free-market doctors advocacy group. "The whole profession is just a political football right now."