Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean (D), who used healthcare reform as a signature issue during his 2004 presidential campaign, is using a call for universal coverage to raise his profile once again.
"Washington expects everyone to have an ulterior motive but that’s just not Dean's style. With Dean, what you see is what you get," said one Democratic strategist who talks with the former governor regularly. "He ran for president because he wanted to make sure everyone was covered."
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
"Dean re-emerging to push healthcare"