Obama's Health Care Plan: The Opposing Side
Monday News Round-Up

Here are a few links to check out in order to keep you up-to-date on what is going on in our world.

Iran and Nuclear Weapons: “Ahmadinejad says he won’t rule out an Iran nuclear bomb”

“In a rare interview with Western media, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said that Iran has no need for nuclear weapons, but he did not rule out the possibility that Iran might develop them in the future. The broadcasting of Mr. Ahmadinejad’s remarks coincided with a new report, based on previously undisclosed information, that the United Nations’ nuclear watchdog has withheld evidence about how close Iran is to making a nuclear bomb.”

United States and Russia on Missile Defense Systems: “NATO hits the ‘reset’ button, belatedly”

“NATO proposed a new era of cooperation with the United States and Russia on Friday, calling for joint work on missile defense systems after Washington scrapped a planned anti-missile system.”

Texas Second in Nation on Student Loan Defaults

“The slumping economy led Texas to finish second in the nation for the rate of federal student loan defaults at 9.3 percent.”

Baucus Health Care Reform Bill Drops

“After months of compromising with seemingly nobody, Senator Max Baucus has released the initial draft of the Senate Finance Committee reform bill and has done so without the support of so much as one GOP member of the committee.”

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Obama's Health Care Plan: The Opposing Side
Monday News Round-Up