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Health care is still the central issue of the day, unless you count how many copies of a certain video a certain someone has, and how that differs from how many he told the judge about.

On health care, progressives are rallying to convince Dennis Kucinich to vote for the health reform bill. Dennis: progressives want your legacy to be helping 10s of millions of Americans gets health insurance, not standing in the way of that.

To that end, you can attend a rally in Raleigh tomorrow or sign a petition.

The Families USA report is getting lots of press elsewhere in the country. As Adam Searing notes, it says we risk the loss of thousands of lives in North Carolina without comprehensive reform.

Fayetteville physician Eric Mansfield throws his hat into the political ring with a well-written op-ed for the Observer that cover critical issues like early childhood education and economic recovery.

One Comment


  1. NJFAC

    March 10, 2010 at 8:21 pm

    Jobs are the central issue of the day Jeff

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