Clinton urges Americans to sign up for healthcare exchanges
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — He chose his home state as the venue, and did not refrain from ticking off several problems he saw with the law. But former President Bill Clinton on Wednesday made a meticulous, if wonkish, case for Americans of all political leanings to embrace the Obama health care law. "The health of our people, the security and stability of our families, and the strength of our economy are all riding on getting health care reform right and doing it well," he said.
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