Obama pitches health care reform to American Medical Association
President Barack Obama speaks live from Chicago at the American Medical Association's annual meeting, discussing his plans for reforming this country's health care system.
The president says the overhaul of the system cannot wait, and that bringing down the cost is the most important thing he can do to ensure the country's long-term fiscal health.
- Dave Durenberger: Former U.S. senator, R-Minn. Durenberger served in the Senate from 1978-1994.
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