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ABC News wants small biz input for healthcare dialogue with President

Small business owners in the Jacksonville area have the opportunity to provide input to President Obama about barack-obama-12697healthcare issues.

ABC News is preparing a Primetime special on Wednesday, June 24 at 10 p.m. EDT. News correspondents Charles Gibson and Diane Sawyer will talk with the President about the future of the nation’s healthcare system. During the discussion from the East Room of the White House, President Obama will answer questions from an audience made up of Americans selected by ABC News who have divergent opinions in this historic debate.

To participate in the conversation, the U. S. Small Business Administration is encouraging small business owners in Jacksonville and across the nation to send their questions and concerns to ABC News by e-mail to

ABC’s Good Morning America (GMA) will also feature segments of the exclusive conversation with the President on the same day, and the healthcare conversation will continue on Nightline at 11:35pm ET. ABC news radio will also air portions of “Questions for the President: Prescription for America” and will also produce a special edition of its weekly news magazine PERSPECTIVE, which will include portions of the special. PERSPECTIVE will be available to ABC news radio affiliates for use over the weekend of June 27-28.

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