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As President Obama prepares to deliver his first State of the Union address and the future of health care reform hangs in the balance, nationally prominent religious leaders, including eight members of the White House Council for Faith-based and Neighborhood Partnerships, are encouraging him to exercise the full influence of his office to urge Congress to pass comprehensive health reform legislation.
Despite the last week's political twists and turns on Capitol Hill, the reality for families suffering needlessly due to lack of access to affordable health care has not changed -- and the faith community's commitment to making quality health care affordable for all remains steadfast.
Read it all and check the list of signatories.
Filed under: * Culture-Watch Health & Medicine --The 2009 American Health Care Reform Debate Religion & Culture * Economics, Politics Politics in General Office of the President President Barack Obama
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