An NPR story today explores the "fervor" gap between supporters of Obama's health care reform efforts and opponents, whose resolve appears to have hardened in recent weeks. The piece concludes: "At the end of a summer of contentious debate on health care, there is some good news for President Obama: Public support for his health care overhaul has largely stopped falling, polls show. The bad news: The opposition has grown."
This program aired on September 4, 2009. The audio for this program is not available.