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President Obama rallies for health bill at George Mason

Returning to the site of his first campaign rally three years ago, the president fires up supporters before the final House vote on the health-care plan.

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President Obama rallies for health bill at George Mason
Photos | Returning to the site of his first campaign rally three years ago, the president fires up supporters before the final House vote on the health-care plan.
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