White House seeks health plan compromise
AP/Yahoo News, April 16, 2009
President Barack Obama's top healthcare adviser has announced a compromise is within reach on a government health plan for the middle class that wouldn't drive private insurers out of business. Offering the option of government coverage to workers and their families has become one of the most contentious issues in the debate about overhauling healthcare to cover the uninsured and curb costs.
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