This, reported in "Mike Allen's Playbook" from Politico, is significant, and, for those who want health reform to work on both a policy and political level, smart. (You have to scroll a bit to get to the item after the link).
"Tom Daschle and Victoria Kennedy, the late senator’s wife, are expected to be named co-chairs this week of a well-funded campaign White House allies are rolling out to defend health reform against critics and help states implement it. The Health Information Center is being started by Andrew Grossman, a veteran Democratic operative who founded Wal-Mart Watch, a labor-backed group to challenge the world’s largest retailer. Grossman told us the lessons of Wal-Mart Watch will be helpful on health reform: 'When you treat people with respect and try to understand how they interact with businesses and politics, you can move them.'