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WASHINGTON (CNN) - As the debate over health care reform intensifies on Capitol Hill, CNN's "State of the Union with John King" takes on the subject from both inside and outside the beltway Sunday.
President Obama's top official on health care policy, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, joins the show to discuss how the administration will move forward with its promise to reform health care.
Then, three senators who will play a critical role in passing health care legislation, Sens. Ben Nelson, D-Nebraska, Susan Collins, R-Maine, and Kent Conrad, D-North Dakota, debate what the future of American health care will be.
And finally, in a report from Orlando, Florida, John King speaks directly with doctors, patients and ordinary Americans about the current state of our country's health care.
Tune in at 9 a.m. ET to watch this special "State of the Union with John King."