Obama brings health care stump to Colorado
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. – It’s Colorado’s turn in the national health care spotlight as President Barack Obama heads to Grand Junction for another town hall meeting to sell his plan.
Trying to pitch his overhaul plan amid an increasingly noisy partisan debate, Obama has also stopped recently in Montana and in New Hampshire.
On Saturday, Obama is stopping in Grand Junction, which has been lauded for having low-cost health care. Democrats call Grand Junction a model for community health care, while opponents to the health overhaul say the town is proof that doctors can lower costs and improve care without government meddling.
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