The White House says President Barack Obama is coming to North Carolina to discuss his health care plans as he tries to gather public support to pass his proposals this year.
Obama spokesman Robert Gibbs said Friday that Obama will travel
Wednesday to Raleigh to discuss the issue. The White House didn't
provide any other details.
Obama has been trying to push through a massive overhaul of the
nation's health care system. But he's encountered skepticism from
members of Congress and the public who are concerned about the
The Democrat visited Camp Lejeune in February, when he talked
about his plans to withdraw troops from Iraq.
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