A study out today by the Public Campaign Action Fund found that federal lawmakers who voted against proposed reform legislation this year received 65 percent more money from the health and insurance sectors than those who voted 'yes' on the bills. The votes so far have come along party lines, with Republicans aligned against the measures.
By Ceci Connolly With the pace sluggish on Capitol Hill, President Obama hopes to inject a bit of energy into health reform this week by talking directly to the public. The president is expected to join a virtual town hall...
Obama to push reform his week as a new Post-ABC News poll shows a majority of Americans receptive.
Even with focus on Sotomayor President Obama and many of his Democratic allies will be digging in deep on health care.
This week's state of play takes a look at where things stand in the Senate and Obama's search for spending cuts.
Congress will be out this week, so the White House is filling the health-care space.