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Summit vows healthcare push

Obama goal to insure millions intended to save money later

By Michael Kranish and Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / February 24, 2009

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WASHINGTON - A White House summit that opened discussions on how to make sweeping changes in entitlement programs concluded yesterday with a pledge to immediately pursue an effort to provide health insurance to most Americans, which could increase spending in the short term but would be designed to save money later. (Full article: 1028 words)

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