KANSAS CITY, MO. - Metro doctors are taking a stand against the Obama administration's health care plan. On Saturday, a group of tea party doctors met on the Plaza to show their solidarity. The growing national debate over health care is taking shape in Kansas City amongst those in the health care field.
Doctors, nurses and surgeons met on the Plaza as part of the Doctors' Tea Party to speak out against the national health care plan. But many in this field feel differently, that this plan will work for America.
The doctors stood near the JC Nichols Fountain protesting in white lab coats. They wanted to voice their concerns with the nation's health care plan.