Richard Kirsch

National Campaign Manager, Health Care for America Now

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National campaign manager of Health Care for America Now, a consumer group advocating for healthcare reform

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Last night, ABC News televised a so-called “ town hall ” from the Obama White House.  Today on Capitol Hill,  committees were meeting  both in public and behind closed doors while…

Healthcare Reform: Competition and the 'Public Option'

Last night, ABC News televised a so-called “ town hall ” from the Obama White House.  Today on Capitol Hill, committees were meeting both in public and behind closed doors while…

from Which Way, L.A.?

Last night, ABC News televised a so-called " town hall " from the Obama White House.  Today on Capitol Hill,  committees were meeting  both in public and behind closed doors while…

Healthcare Reform: Competition and the 'Public Option'

Last night, ABC News televised a so-called " town hall " from the Obama White House.  Today on Capitol Hill, committees were meeting both in public and behind closed doors while…

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While he was still in Europe, President Obama spoke to his Saturday radio audience about  healthcare reform .

Is This Finally the Moment for Healthcare Reform?

While he was still in Europe, President Obama spoke to his Saturday radio audience about healthcare reform .

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