Marc Goldwein

Policy Director, Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget

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Policy Director for the nonpartisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget

Marc Goldwein on KCRW

President Obama held a  news conference  tonight, and tomorrow he'll go back on the road with his campaign for health care reform.

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Barack Obama is staking his first term as President on achieving  healthcare reform .

Does Healthcare Reform Face an Endless Summer?

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