Clinton's Health Care Sell A ThonMike Mcnamee
Chief executives of America, beware! Right this minute, there's probably a member of the Clinton Administration--if not an actual Clinton--stalking you. On May 7, Hillary Rodham Clinton pursued corporate chiefs into their own territory, traveling to Williamsburg, Va., for what she termed "extremely productive" talks on health-care reform with the Business Council. Five days later, the First Lady met with the National Leadership Coalition on Health Care Reform, a group of big companies and unions, to push the plan. Her husband, meanwhile, hit the road on May 10 and 11 with speeches in Cleveland and Chicago aimed partly at winning supporters for the plan.
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