Health Care: Finally, A Pulse At The White HouseSusan B. Garland
With poll after poll finding that health care has become a top voter concern, President Bush knows he has to offer an election-year response to Democratic cries for action. And with time running out before the Jan. 28 State of the Union address, the Administration may be ready to embrace some radical--for Republicans--ideas for dealing with the problem.
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