Guest Host: Steve Roberts

President Barack Obama signs the health insurance reform bill in the East Room of the White House, March 23, 2010.

President Barack Obama signs the health insurance reform bill in the East Room of the White House, March 23, 2010.

President Obama begins a campaign to explain the new, landmark health care legislation. What the bill could mean for small businesses, Medicare patients and the health and wallets of American families.

Guests

  • Julie Rovner health policy correspondent for NPR, author of "Health Care Policy and Politics A-Z," and contributing editor for the National Journal's CongressDaily.
  • Mary Agnes Carey senior correspondent with Kaiser Health News. She most recently served as associate editor for CQ HealthBeat, a daily report on health care policy. She has also served as Capitol Hill Bureau Chief for CQ.
  • Marilyn Werber Serafini healthcare and welfare correspondent, "National Journal."

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