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Inside Portsmouth High School, President Obama found a supportive audience yesterday for his plan to overhaul healthcare. Inside Portsmouth High School, President Obama found a supportive audience yesterday for his plan to overhaul healthcare. (Bill Greene/Globe Staff)
By Lisa Wangsness and Nandini Jayakrishna
Globe Staff | Globe Correspondent / August 12, 2009

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President Obama traveled to a town hall meeting in a high school gymnasium here yesterday to counter what he called “wild misrepresentations’’ about his proposed healthcare overhaul - his most concerted effort yet to regain momentum in a debate recently dominated by critics’ aggressive assault. (Full article: 1011 words)

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