Health care debate and lobbyists A new poll shows that a majority of Americans feel shut out of the current effort to reform health care, yet are split on whether interest groups are a positive or negative influence on the debate. Midmorning looks at the role of lobbyists in health care overhaul, and how much they are impacting negotiations.9:06 a.m.
Mollyann Brodie: director of public opinion and survey research at the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Gail Russell Chaddock: reporter for the Christian Science Monitor.
Sheila Krumholz: executive director of the Center for Responsive Politics.
When doubt becomes a disability Obsessive compulsive disorder traps its sufferer in an endless cycle of doubt and rituals invented to combat it. A psychologist and a broadcaster who's worked to overcome OCD talk about the way the disorder is viewed, and the therapy that seems to work.10:06 a.m.
Renae Reinardy: Licensed clinical psychologist and director of Lakeside Center for Behavioral Change.
Jeff Bell: Radio anchor and author who has written two books about his experience with obsessive compulsive disorder. His newest book is "When in Doubt, Make Belief."