Ruth Marcus

Columnist, Washington Post

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Some 40 Democrats and Republicans joined the televised  healthcare summit  today, with President Obama asking not where they differed but where they agreed.

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Some 40 Democrats and Republicans joined the televised  healthcare summit  today, with President Obama asking not where they differed but where they agreed.

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Some 40 Democrats and Republicans joined the televised healthcare summit today, with President Obama asking not where they differed but where they agreed.

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