Clinton sees hope for healthcare changes, this time
As President Obama's tries remake the nation's healthcare system shifts into high gear this summer, one thing he wants to do is avoid making the mistakes President Bill Clinton made. And as Clinton watches Obama take on the issue that stymied him 16 years ago, Clinton has concluded that Obama has a better chance than he did, both because of the way the new proposals are structured and because of a national mood that is more supportive of major action.
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