Tuesday, March 23, 2010
During Friday's Nightly News story about the health care bill, an on-screen graphic explained that under the provisions of the bill, insurance companies would have to offer free "preventative" care to their insured policyholders. During a similar story the following night, a graphic informed us that they would have to offer free "preventive" care. So which is it--preventative or preventive? The Nightly News producers should be a little more attentive to details. Or perhaps that should be "attentative".