The Philadelphia Tribune

Pennsylvania Progressive Sestak Makes a Final Push to Beat Arlen Specter in Primary Election

For nearly five years Joe Sestak has worn the same bracelet on his arm; it's a colorful string of plastic beads that hangs slack around his left wrist, standing out against the subdued shirts and conservative ties he's otherwise partial to. But for the two-term congressman -- who on May 18 faces Arlen Specter in the Democratic primary for U.S. Senate -- the bracelet may as well be the most important piece of his wardrobe.

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Architects of Healthcare Reform Face Critical Shortage of Primary Care Docs

This article originally appeared in the July 12 issue of The Philadelphia Tribune

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