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Sebelius Accepts Nomination

Still without a Secretary of Health and Human Services even as he pushes forward a $634 billion health care reform plan, President Obama is looking to Kansas Governor Kathleen Sebelius to take the job. According to White House officials, Obama called Sebelius yesterday to formally offer her the job, an offer she accepted. Sebelius has a reputation for bipartisanship and pragmatism, but is also a fierce advocate for abortion rights, making her an intriguing choice to help shepherd Obama's ambitious health agenda through Congress.