Obama team seeks public input on healthcare
President-elect Barack Obama's transition team has set up a round of public sessions in an effort to garner input about healthcare reform. Similar sessions were held several years ago after Congress created Citizens Health Care Working Group. Thousands of people participated then, although none of the group's recommendations were ever carried out.
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