ALSO NOTED: Leavitt plans state-by-state tour; MA woman faces miscarriage charges; and much more...

> See Leavitt run! The HHS head plans to spend 100 days zipping form state to state to help them develop proposals for expanded healthcare coverage. Article

> An 18-year-old Massachusetts woman who took ulcer drug misoprostol late in her pregnancy, then miscarried, now faces felony charges. Article

> Texas medical license applications now take a painfully-slow 105 days to be processed, backlogged by a large jump in doctor interest after tort reform passed. Article

> A St. Louis physician group running a competing health plan has dropped its UnitedHealthcare contract. Article

> The healthcare and medical device market in Poland is taking wing, spurred in part by the country's admission into the European Union. Release

And Finally... New sneakers, anyone? A group of New York state healthcare workers have taken a 320-mile walk to protest planned hospital closures. Article

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