Daley: Obama won't refight healthcare battle
White House Chief of Staff William Daley told CBS that President Obama is open to tweaking the healthcare law -- but that he would not "refight the entire fight" over reform. "The president has said he's open to changes to this," Daley told CBS' "Face the Nation," in his first television interview since joining the Obama administration. But Daley added that the president is "not open to refighting the entire fight of healthcare. People have suggestions on how to make it better, but he is not in favor of refighting this fight."
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