Liberal groups bolster Obama healthcare plans
Leaders of the country's largest and most influential liberal groups said they are poised to spend $82 million to help push through sweeping healthcare legislation this year. Gathering at a conference to discuss how to promote President Obama's agenda, the leaders said Americans voted for major change last November, and that liberals would fight to help the Obama administration keep its promises on providing universal access to affordable healthcare.
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