In one of several town hall meetings held this weekend, President Obama appeared to retreat a bit from his stance on forcing a “public option” for insurance, saying it is "not the entirety of health care reform."
Separating the insurance public option from its larger health care reform package appeared to calm some but not all of the more vocal opponents of the bill, now in limbo during the Senate’s summer recess.
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