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In a scene familiar to the roiling national health-care debate, hundreds flocked to a town hall meeting in Skokie this evening, many chanting and brandishing signs with sharply opposing messages.
U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky (D-Ill.) organized the event in Niles West High School, and most of the estimated 1,200 who gathered in the auditorium seemed supportive of both her and a public option for health-care reform.
But there were also many vocal dissenters such as Richard Schulte, an Evanston resident who said he feared "socialized medicine."