President Barack Obama has started to pitch his new health care plan. The health care changes would entirely restructure the nation's medical plans. The plan is to cover nearly 50 million uninsured Americans, to persuade doctors to stress quality over quantity of care, and to save billions of dollars in spendings. "The president repeatedly said the current health care system is not acceptable and must be overhauled this year. He urged the audience, which included people following on Facebook and YouTube, to reject critics who say his plans are too costly or a step toward socialized medicine," wrote Philip Elliott and Charles Babington of the Associated Press. Whether or not that one agrees with Obama's plan, it is evident that changes must be made, and a better job of aiding citizens with health care is necessary.
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