SPOTLIGHT: Obama may be backing away from 'public option' plan

To the disappointment of lefties everywhere, President Obama has begun signaling that he might be willing to give up on the "public option" government-run health plan, until now a central part of health reforms favored by liberals. This comes despite more than one study suggesting a public option could save huge amounts of money for the government over the next 10 years. Article

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