Obama administration steps up campaign to promote health reform

President Barack Obama is scheduled on Tuesday to appear on national television to address questions from senior citizens from "satellite town halls" across the country about the health reform law. The TV appearance is part of the administration's campaign to gain more public support for the legislation by focusing on its consumer-friendly provisions, such as the $250 rebate checks for Medicare beneficiaries to use for prescription drug purchases.

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