Cohn thinks that health care has a pulse. Ezra Klein:

I spoke to the White House over the weekend and they indicated that the president's package will not be a new White House plan, but a compromise between the House and Senate bills. That is to say, the White House expects that the House and Senate will have a compromise plan by February 25th [the date of the health care summit].

Chait sizes up the politics and risks.

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