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Obama to stress common ground in health speech

Much agreement exists on issue, analysts say

Demonstrators for and against President Obama’s health care proposals rallied before the start of a town hall-style meeting last month at South Lakes High School in Reston, Va. Demonstrators for and against President Obama’s health care proposals rallied before the start of a town hall-style meeting last month at South Lakes High School in Reston, Va. (Associated Press)
By Michael Kranish
Globe Staff / September 4, 2009

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As President Obama prepares to deliver a make-or-break address on health care to a joint session of Congress next week, he is expected to turn the focus away from controversial issues such as the “public option’’ plan and toward key areas of bipartisan agreement, including enabling anyone to buy insurance regardless of preexisting conditions, according to White House ... (Full article: 1096 words)

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