WASHINGTON (CNN) - Moderate Democratic Sen. Ben Nelson, a power broker in the health care negotiations, joins Ed Henry to discuss the latest developments in the debate that could determine the fate of President Obama’s domestic agenda.
Was Nelson pleased by the president’s decision to show more flexibility over a public option, and will this make it more likely that the senator will provide a pivotal swing vote in favor of health care reform this fall?
Tune in at 11 a.m. ET today to 44 with Ed Henry.
Frank from Florida, Tort reform has been tried in several states. It has not led to a reduction in costs. All it does is boost profits for malpractice insurance and protect incompetent doctors. Nice try, though. By the way, isn't medicare "socialized medicine?" Have a nice day!