White House Launches Health-Care Response Site "Reality Check"

President Barack Obama again took to the Web to spread his message, launching a new section of the White House’s site Monday to counteract some of the criticism of his plans for a national health-care system.

“If you’ve tuned into the news in the past few days, it’s clear that the debate about health-insurance reform has heated up as senators and representatives return to their home states and districts,” writes Macon Phillips, the White House director of new media, on the president’s blog.

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