White House using Internet campaigns to try to influence healthcare debate
White House officials have begun a two-pronged Internet campaign, geared toward reenergizing Web-savvy allies who backed Obama last year and whose support will be critical in getting the healthcare initiative through Congress. The new engagement by the White House comes at a time when Democratic lawmakers are fielding attacks on talk radio, in cyberspace, and at appearances in their home districts.
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