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Struggle requires long view, Jesse Jackson tells left gathering

A conversation with the Rev. Jesse Jackson before an overflow crowd opened this year's Left Forum conference at Pace University in lower Manhattan this weekend.


Why does Mike Cox want to kill health reform?

Michigan State Attorney General and GOP candidate for governor Mike Cox doesn't want Michigan residents to have universal access to health care.


Corp. shuts down hospital, puts profits first

HOUSTON - Amidst the nationwide battle over the right of Americans to health care, the Hospital Corporation of America announced March 16 that Spring Branch Medical Center here will close by May 1.


Health care vote greeted as giant first step

Grassroots health care coalition greets historic bill's passage.


Community clinics rally for health care reform

As the health care reform debate came down to the wire this week, supporters of community health clinics rallied March 17 in California.


With health care street heat, progressives blunt teabaggers

Eyewitness report from a raucus demonstration on health care reform in Columbus, Ohio.

Obama in Strongsville: It takes courage

STRONGSVILLE, Ohio -- Speaking to a boisterous crowd of 800 in suburban Cleveland here, President Barack Obama made an impassioned appeal for health care reform.


Tired of margarine, janitors demand health care as their “butter”

Detroit janitors fight foraffordable  health care as key  contract issue. " I'm tired of Parkay, I want butter too."


Michigan Rep. challenged for stance on health reform

The national health care reform debate took a new turn this week when a northern Michigan Democrat announced her intention to challenge Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Mich, for his seat.


Don’t eat that onion dip! FDA recall could balloon to biggest in history

Stop. Before you eat that honey mustard onion pretzel, did you know it could make you sick?

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