Obama to hold bipartisan summit on Health Care

President Obama said Sunday that he will convene a half-day bipartisan Health Care summit at the White House on February 25 to be broadcast on television.
This meeting would mark the first time in this long Health Care debate that leaders from both sides would be allowed to air their ideas publically, according to The New York Times.
President Obama has not laid out what he is willing to give up in order to push the legislation through congress.
Obama said he would not be willing to start the Health Care negotiations over from the beginning, but would work on existing proposals, according to the Star Tribune.

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