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Romney logo a secret cookie distraction?

  Rachel Maddow reports on the official announcement of Mitt Romney's 2012 campaign for president, and his odd choice of logo and slogan.

States face up to "new reality" of U.S. healthcare

Chris Molendorp, a Missouri state legislator, actively opposed the federal healthcare plan, even supporting a ballot measure rebuking the massive changes to the U.S. health industry. Full story

A couple of clarifications

  Rachel Maddow makes clear that though Congressman Kucinich did initially vote against health reform, he ultimately voted for it. Also, Nazis are not available for analogies.

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Health reform's human faces

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Opinion: Big hole in the health care debate

Health care reform dead? Think again

For industry, health reform could pay off

Health care debate turns vile with Nazi analogy


  GOP back to 'job-killing'

After a momentary nod to public civility, Republicans gave up on demonizing health reform as "job-destroying" and returned to their original "job-killing" rhetoric.

  Republicans quietly go through motions of health repeal

Congressman Jim McDermott talks with Rachel Maddow about the rapidly waning public support for the Republican repeal of health reform as the actual benefits of the bill become clear.

  GOP tries to spin repeal

Wendell Potter of the Center for Public Integrity talks with Keith Olbermann about the falsehoods Congressional Republicans are using to try to justify their effort to repeal health reform.

  Pelosi on the politics of health reform

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi talks with Rachel Maddow about Republican efforts to repeal health reform and the shifting political tide against Republicans as Americans begin to realize the benefits of the new law.

  Back to business as usual

Rachel Maddow notes that Congressional Republicans are bringing back their health care repeal bill and its ridiculous name next week.

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People rally in opposition to government reform of health care in Washington, DC, on March 20, 2010. The "Kill the Bill" rally comes on the eve of a vote on health reform by US lawmakers. AFP PHOTO/Chris KLEPONIS

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U.S. President Obama speaks in the East Room of the White House in Washington
U.S. President Obama speaks in the East Room of the White House in Washington

U.S. President Barack Obama speaks in the East Room of the White House while participating in the White House Forum on Health Reform in Washington, March 5, 2009. REUTERS/Larry Downing

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Barack Obama

President Barack Obama listens to a question at the White House Forum on Health Reform in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Thursday, March 5, 2009.