Health plan opponents make voices heard
Protests organized by a loose-knit coalition of conservative voters and advocacy groups started what is expected to be weeks of political and ideological clashes over the healthcare overhaul President Obama is trying to push through Congress. Conservative groups are harnessing social networking Web sites to organize their supporters. Democrats said they expected supporters of the healthcare overhaul to mobilize against Republican events later in the month.
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