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The grassroots healthcare campaign launched June 6 in preparation of legislation heading to the House of Representatives in July.
The Huffington Post writes:
The strategy here seems two-fold. The first is to create the type of popular pressure that resonates among elected officials. An OFA official says they are hoping to "find a good story from every district and every state." The second and perhaps more important goal is to elevate gripping narratives of health care struggle that can help re-define the debate -- a counterpoint to the tales of long waits, overbearing bureaucracy, and government interference that conservatives claim will take place under Obama.