For public, Obama didn't fill in health blanks
The general public has grown increasingly anxious about Washington's efforts to reconfigure healthcare and what it may mean for middle-class families. Some remain frustrated by the lack of available detail about his plan’s contours and cost, and feel that they are being asked to buy on spec from a government they do not trust, according to the New York Times.
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