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Washington (CNN) - Are there still questions about health care unanswered? YouTube is now going to let people ask those questions directly to the politicians.
YouTube is live streaming the White House health care summit on CitizenTube, and providing a platform where users will be able to submit questions to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, House Minority Leader John Boehner, and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid.
On Friday, the congressional leaders will then take the top-rated questions and upload their own videos answering a selection of the top-voted questions.
"YouTube has become the place where leaders can consistently connect directly with citizens around key events in the political process," Steve Grove, head of news and politics at YouTube, told CNN. "That opportunity for meaningful dialogue makes politics feel more personal, more democratic, and opens up Washington in exciting new ways."