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WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Barack Obama heads to Montana Friday for yet another town hall on health care reform.
It appears he may run into protesters like those who have disrupted town halls held by members of Congress. A big rally is planned in the conservative suburb of Belgrade, outside Bozeman, Montana. Organizers say they expect up to 500 people.
The town hall will be held in an airport hangar in Belgrade. Obama is scheduled to focus on a provision of the health care plan that would prevent insurance companies from dropping or limiting coverage for those who become seriously ill.
The president will be accompanied by the first lady. They'll spend the night in Big Sky.