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Health Care Reform Discussion

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As I enter week three of my cold, sneezing all over the computer and coughing (cautiously, away from the screen) there could be no more timely event than one discussing health care. Can I go in to see my doctor? Can I even get through the 10-minute wait on hold to talk to someone in my doctor's office? How might the health care policies of next president effect this situation?

If you too have a cold, or if you think you might in the future, this panel night be of great interest to you:

The Change We Need: Can Either Presidential Candidate Reform Health Care?
Featuring Mark Halperin, editor-at-large and senior political analyst for TIME magazine; Christopher Lehane, partner in Fabiani & Lehane and frequent advisor to political campaigns; and Adam Mendelsohn, veteran of strategic communcations and former Deputy Chief of Staff for Gov. Schwarzenegger

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