Doctors show signs of support for Obama's health plan
A day after President Barack Obama sought doctor support for his health reform plan, the American Medical Association talked of meeting him at the bargaining table in support of some form of publicly funded health insurance option. Details of the proposed option are expected to be negotiated in the weeks and months ahead, but a key sticking point was whether the politically powerful AMA would agree to support a government-led insurance option for the more than 46 million uninsured Americans.
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