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Most Americans support public option

July 23, 2018
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Washington Post-ABC News Poll | Americans still remain sharply divided about both the overall package and Obama’s leadership on the issue. (Washington Post — 20 October, 2009)
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A new poll shows that support for a government-run health plan to compete with private insurers now wins clear majority support from the public.

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(MSNBC — 20 October, 2009)
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The Senate Finance Committee will hold a landmark vote on health-care reform legislation Tuesday that is expected to underscore the deep partisan divisions that have emerged and hardened over five months of debate. (Washington Post — 14 October, 2009)
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While an inclusion of a government-run insurance plan in health care legislation makes the most sense, there are some basic issues to consider. (New York Times — 19 October, 2009)
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Senator Olympia J. Snowe of Maine said her vote to move health care legislation to the floor was no guarantee that she would support a final measure. (New York Times — 14 October, 2009)
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Select senators and White House officials set to finalize legislation behind closed doors, in contrast with Obama’s earlier call for open negotiations. (Washington Post — 18 October, 2009)
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As a Senate vote on health-care legislation nears, talks are taking place in a setting that is anything but unusual in Washington: Three senators are working on the bill behind closed doors. (MSNBC — 19 October, 2009)
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The report released by the lobbying organization Americas Health Insurance Plans, or AHIP, was dismissed by experts as a hatchet job, but it may have led to a better bill. (New York Times — 17 October, 2009)
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What was a tenuous truce between White House, industry has turned quickly into an all-out battle, with both sides ratcheting up hostilities, rhetoric. (Washington Post — 14 October, 2009)
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