Town hall meetings on fixing U.S. healthcare system
San Francisco Chronicle, November 21, 2008
Seizing on the momentum of the presidential election and the promise of change, a grassroots "conversation" about healthcare reform under the Obama administration began with town hall meetings around the nation. The town hall program, held in Washington, DC, and at a dozen locations around the country, was designed to focus on top priorities for reform.
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