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About 80% of Americans say they want health care reform now - but what form will it take? President Obama wants to spend 600 Billion dollars on health care reform. By early June, the chairmen of two senate committees have plans to finish legislation that would provide health care coverage to all Americans. But the drive to change our health care system faces many obstacles - politics, a bad economy, and most of all American's desire for a low cost system that provides choices and innovation. Are we asking for too much?
Today, Where We Live, we'll talk to health care scholars about "the state of the debate".
James Morone and Daniel Callahan will be speaking at Yale University April 28, 3-5PM. The symposium, "Health Care Reform: The State of the Debate" is free and open to the public.