First Romney says he won't toss out all of health reform. In particular, supports coverage of pre-existing conditions. Except that his campaign staff says not to worry -- he won't cover people with pre-existing conditions. Are you any clearer on where he stands now than you were before Meet the Press? He says people with pre-existing conditions would get insurance -- but would it be the same insurance as everybody else, or would it be super-expensive high risk pools?
Meanwhile, a liberal think tank says Romney's plans for Medicare would cost WAY more for seniors and earn way more for private insurance.
Due to health reform, more young adults than ever have health insurance. This is likely due to eligibility of kids to age 26 on their parents' policy.
USA Today's Nashville critic is chronicling his journey through surgery and recuperation.
Private school vaccine opt-outs are on the rise.
And that's what I've got for you this Monday morning. I'm ready to go back to bed right now. Sadly, that's not happening. So have a great day! Jennifer