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Health Care Reform (2009)

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  • Obama health care pitch at WebMD

     
    by Mike Memoli President Obama today goes to a sub shop in New Jersey and a daytime talk show set in New York as he looks to sell his message on the economy. Now, we can add Internet pitchman to......
  • Health care law faces court, ballot test

     
    by Mike Memoli Noam Levey writes today on the first court victory for opponents of the health care reform law: U.S. District Judge Henry E. Hudson did not rule on the central issue in the lawsuit brought by Virginia Atty.......
  • Gibbs lashes out at 'professional left', apologizes

     
    UPDATE: The White House has announced that deputy press secretary Bill Burton will conduct today's daily press briefing, instead of Gibbs. by Mike Memoli White House press secretary Robert Gibbs is now apologizing for stark comments directed at...
  • Can North Broward Hospital District be trusted?

     
    After sitting through four hours of North Broward Hospital District meetings on Wednesday, my skepticism about the rushed Sept. 10 decision authorizing the privatization of the Broward Health system hasn't changed. If anything, I'm more distrustful than...
  • Obama, Ted Kennedy and Tiger Woods

     
    by Mark Silva On vacation this week on Martha's Vineyard, President Barack Obama plans to "be playing this by ear.'' That means, for now, the rumored meeting with the convalescing Sen. Ted Kennedy up in Hyannisport or a round of......
  • Massachusetts meltdown: Blame game

     
    by Mark Silva "Don't blame me, I'm from Massachusetts.'' For years, that was the bumper-sticker boast of the Bay State, the only state that voted for Democrat George McGovern for president in 1972, the year when Richard Nixon was swept......
  • White House: Mass. 'messages heard'

     
    by Mark Silva The White House faces questions today, on the anniversary of President Barack Obama's inauguration, about the Senate election in Massachusetts that cost the president's party its short-lived super-majority control of the Senate. "There's...
  • Health-care bills: Hold 'em or fold 'em

     
    by Mark Silva There's a new "41'' in town. But no new agenda yet in Washington. With the arrival of Sen.-elect Scott Brown, the Massachusetts Republican taking the seat of the late and long-serving Sen. Edward M. Kennedy, the Democratic......
  • Obama's middle-class pitch: Dream alive

     
    by Michael Muskal With what will serve as a preview of his State of the Union speech, President Barack Obama today gave the nation an outline of new policies to help the middle class cope with lower expectations and the......
  • Obama's State of the Union: 'Hopeful'

     
    by Mark Silva, updated with details and speech President Barack Obama, vowing a new commitment to fiscal restraint while renewing his bid for an overhaul of healthcare, called on Americans Wednesday night to repair "a deficit of trust.'' The president,......
  • Obama: Maybe we can't win healthcare

     
    by Mark Silva There's been so much attention focused on President Barack Obama's continuing call on Congress to enact the health-care reforms that leaders have debated for months that it is worth noting when the president himself suggests that maybe......
  • Obama: 'Eternal optimist'

     
    by Mark Silva It had been more than six months since President Barack Obama held a formal news conference, and, although his surprise appearance in the press briefing room of the West Wing today isn't what would normally pass for......