President Defending Health Law Good For Some Dems - Yahoo News

Th Polls don't suggest public sentiment is shifting toward Democrats, said Robert Blendon, a professor of health policy and political analysis at the Harvard School of Public Health. But with at least 7.5 million people enrolled despite last fall's disastrous rollout of insurance markets, Blendon said, Democrats have some strong slips and falls new material to use. "Each of the Democratic candidates is going to have to make a calculation on whether or not they can motivate Democrats," Blendon said. "For Democrats to get an advantage out of the law, they have to convince people they have something to lose dui law if the Senate changes hands." Republicans need to gain six seats to control the 100-member Senate. New political problems might arise for the health care law before the Nov.

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