Daschle launches push for healthcare overhaul
Former Sen. Tom Daschle, who is slated to oversee healthcare policy in the Obama administration, is kicking off the effort to pass a comprehensive healthcare plan during a speech in Denver Dec. 5. Daschle's comments will be the first public discussion by the Obama team on healthcare since Election Day. He will emphasize that changes to the healthcare system must include expanding insurance coverage, as well as reducing costs and improving quality.
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