The White House will host members of both political parties at a health care summit on Feb. 25, but it's not yet known who, exactly, will be there. Republican and Democratic leaders from both the House and Senate are a safe bet, and President Obama said yesterday that he wants to have representatives from the Congressional Budget Office (or some other nonpartisan research entity) on hand to answer factual questions, but it's unclear how far down the congressional rosters the White House will go. Invitations haven't gone out yet, and a spokesman says the White House will potentially have a list of invitees next week.

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