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Obama, Health Care, and Copenhagen

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Michael Werz at the Center for American Progress in Washington argues that Barack Obama has shouldered a great burden at the Copenhagen Climate Summit and his negotiating skills were crucial to save the agreement. With regard to domestic policies like health reform and climate legislation Obama’s position has been strengthened and it looks as if the White House will be successful in achieving its major legislative goals.

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