Newlywed on trial: 'I pushed him and I took off'
Posted: 11:42 PM - A Montana woman on trial for killing her newlywed husband at Glacier National Park told the FBI "I pushed him and I took off."
President Obama used his weekly radio and internet address to try and build public and congressional support for his health care plan. The President pointed to a White House study that suggests small businesses pay far more for health insurance than big companies. The President says the disparity is “unsustainable – it’s unacceptable.”
Republicans dismissed the new report as more political propaganda by the administration. The GOP calls it a “prescription for disaster.” Washington State Representative Cathy McMorris Rodgers says the President’s plan would wipe out one million jobs and put Washington bureaucrats in charge of your family’s personal medical decisions.
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