Supporters of health care reform hold a rally in Los Angeles on March 17. US President Barack Obama is leading his Democratic allies in an all-out campaign to win over wavering lawmakers ahead of a cliffhanger vote on his historic health care overhaul.(AFP/File/Mark Ralston)
Healthcare proponents on both sides are locked to a clock that ticks to a showdown in the United States House Sunday afternoon. Call it high noon for healthcare as democrats pass historical legislation that saves the country money, provides mechanisms for 32 million americans to obtain health insurance, and stops insurance company practices that allow your insurance policy to be cancelled or rescinded when you most need it. Washington D.C. the next 48 hrs will be a abuzz as the historical vote nears.