Too much government involvement in private medical decisions, say some critics. Too scanty on the details, charges another.
By addressing the American Medical Association Monday, Obama is trying to woo a group that was central to defeating healthcare reform 16 years ago.
Will adding $9 trillion to the deficit become a political liability for Democrats in 2010 midterm elections?
The goal is to make reform deficit neutral, including trims in Medicare and Medicaid.
Cutting costs would mean trimming pay for too many professionals.
Is the automaker, an icon of brawny American capitalism, among the first to confront an 'era of diminishing expectations'?