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[英伦广角] 【整理】2009-11-08 奥巴马敦促通过医保改革法案

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[Homework]【整理】2009-11-08 奥巴马敦促通过医保改革法案

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President Obama urged House democrats to pass a broad health care reform bill,calling it this generation's moment.

I urge memebers of Congress to rise to this moment,answer the call of history and vote yes we help for insurance refrom for America.

Speaker Nancy.Polercy said she is confident they'll have the 218 votes needed for approval.

It's very humbling to stand here at a time when we can associate ourselves with the work of those who passed social security,those who passed medical care and now we will pass health care reform.

The health care overhaul is designed to spend coverage to millions of uninsured Americans,reining cost and barring insurance practices such as denying coverage to people with pre-insisting conditions.In a close-door meeting on capital hill,Obama emphasised the need for health care reform and siad vote against the bill would not arguarte Democrats against Republican attacks but House Republicans are yell against the bill,saying it places new taxes on the wealthy and allows government to bud into the private insurance market.Republican Eric Canter of Virgina.

There are two very distinct visions of the way forward for this country as far as health care concern.There is one version as the leader just pointed it out,represented by the majority's bill which will put the government between patience and their doctors the republican version which want.

House victory on the bill would be a big step forward for the overhaul and which shape the politc spotlight to the Senate which is preparing it's own version but failure in the House would be a huge blow to Obama who has staked much of his politcal capital on the health care battle and he said he want s to sign a bill by year's end.

Karen Handren,Reuters.


                                                   
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