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Obama Speech Aligns With Centrist Reform Approach By Senate Finance

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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President Obama stopped short of endorsing any one piece of legislation in his speech to a joint session of Congress but he made clear the Senate Finance Committee approach to health care reform is the best path forward

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