Despite hitting recent roadblocks in the Senate to passing a reform bill by August, overhauling healthcare remains a top priority for President Barack Obama.
Tuesday, he will take to the healthcare campaign trail again, answering questions in a call-in town hall meeting, sponsored by the American Association of Retired Persons, or AARP.
On Wednesday, Obama will head to North Carolina and Virginia to talk up his plans.
"I want to learn more about it," said Barbara Hagan, who plans to attend Tuesday's rally. "I want find out all the details..You know, the pros and the cons."
White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs said that while lawmakers may not be ready for floor votes before their summer vacations, the president is not going to let the issue slide.