President Obama told the nation’s governors on Monday that he will allow states to opt out of some of the major provisions of the new health care laws in 2014 as long as they find ways to cover the same number of people.  So is this a small or even a major concession?  Or is Obama just trying to put a better face on a very unpopular plan?  And is this move a sign that the administration knows that it is losing the public relations campaign over health care in a major way?  We ask Grace-Marie Turner, president of the Galen Institute.

 
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