Is a consensus building on health care reform? The failed attempt to enact health care reform in 1993 is in the back of the minds of those who helped defeat it. But these same groups realize that the government will have to play an active role to ensure more have access to health care.9:06 a.m.
Michelle Dimerob: manager, legislative affairs for National Federation of Independent Business.
G. William Hoagland: vice-president of public policy for CIGNA, a health insurance company based in Philadelphia.
Jacob Hacker: professor of political science at the University of California at Berkeley. He wrote a book on the Clinton Administration's failed attempt at health care reform.