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Sing a Song About Stimulus

The Wall Street Journal Health Blog couldn't resist, and neither can we. Here's a video of an operetta on health IT and the stimulus bill.

The singer, Ross Martin, who works for Deloitte Consulting, tells the Health Blog that he wrote the song while he was on vacation. "It was definitely a midnight to two in the morning kind of thing," Martin says.

The Scan

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