Obama heads to town-hall meetings to discuss healthcare
President Barack Obama is trying to convince Americans with health insurance that legislation in Congress would benefit them by holding three town-hall meetings. Obama will emphasize how the legislation would fix three specific problems, according to a White House official. The Democratic National Committee said it is mobilizing supporters to attend local meetings that have been dominated by health-overhaul opponents.
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