Ohio residents split on US healthcare reform


People at Parma Community General Hospital in Parma, Ohio, appear split on President Barack Obama's landmark healthcare reform act, which the US Supreme Court ruled as constitutional last week.

The BBC visited the hospital to hear from local residents about what parts of the reform they feel is most important, as well as what other issues they feel are vital to the upcoming presidential election.

Produced by the BBC's Matt Danzico

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