One of the Senate's key leaders in shaping comprehensive health care legislation signaled Tuesday that he intends to set an aggressive schedule for Congress with the goal of passing a bill this summer.
By PBS NewsHour
Tom Daschle, President Barack Obama's choice to spearhead a reform effort of the costly U.S. health care system, fought Monday to salvage his appointment by apologizing for failing to pay back taxes.
The Senate is expected to move forward with a five-year extension of the State Children's Health Insurance Program, which covers 6 million low-income children nationwide. Health correspondent Susan Dentzer provides an update on those efforts.
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