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Sebelius Defends Law and Zeal in Push to Insure Millions
New York Times

Kathleen Sebelius has been facing down opponents since she was a schoolgirl campaigning for her father — a gregarious, outspoken liberal Democrat in Cincinnati, then one of the most reliably Republican big cities in the nation. “My father was routinely called a Communist in Cincinnati,” Ms. Sebelius’s older brother, Donald D. Gilligan, said in an interview. “When he first ran for City Council, Republicans ran ads against him printed on pink paper in The Cincinnati Enquirer.”