On February 25th, President Obama will hold a bipartisan meeting on health care reform broadcast live, according to a senior administration official.
It is the Obama administration's latest attempt to pass health care reform legislation, which is now split along party lines due to the election of Republican Senator Scott Brown.
Obama explained his rationale for the live broadcast.
"If Congress decides we're not going to do it, even after all the facts are laid out, then the American people can make a judgment whether this Congress has done the right thing for them or not."
The senior administration official that broke the news feels that the American people will make the right judgment but added, "I really don't want to attach my name to this just yet."