July 28, 2003
The Manufacturing World's China Conflict
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  • EDUCATION REFORM AND WORKFORCE RETRAINING: To remain globally competitive - both as a tech-led economy and as the most-inclusive opportunity society - we must place education first, and that's what President Bush is doing. The Administration successfully passed the No Child Left Behind Act in 2001, and we're now working to implement this landmark education reform. We are also improving math and science learning, while the Department of Labor's new 21st Century Workforce Initiative strives to ensure retraining systems that maintain the U.S. skills advantage in manufacturing.

  • HEALTH CARE REFORM: The President is committed to high quality, affordable health care for all Americans, declaring that "we must work toward a system in which all Americans have a good insurance policy, choose their own doctors, and seniors and low-income Americans receive the help they need. Instead of bureaucrats and trial lawyers and HMOs, we must put doctors and nurses and patients back in charge of American medicine." The Administration is working to modernize and improve Medicare, give seniors better access to preventive medicine and new drugs, and reform a medical liability system in which frivolous lawsuits drive good doctors and nurses out of the profession and
    increase costs for all workers.

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