White House relies on core healthcare team
With deep ties to Capitol Hill, President Obama's core healthcare reform team is designed for the inside game unfolding now in House and Senate offices. Their job includes gathering intelligence, assessing what lawmakers want, and devising compromises to win over balky members without alienating others, according to the Los Angeles Times. But their paramount goal remains to keep the process moving irrepressibly forward and on a practicable track.
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