Bus tour, campaign-style events to promote healthcare reform
President Obama's supporters hope to recapture the energy of his election campaign in a bid to regain control of the healthcare debate, planning more than 2,000 house parties, rallies, and town hall meetings across the country. The initiative began with a rally in Phoenix that featured the Obama sunrise logo and placards that became fixtures of the 2008 presidential campaign.
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