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The Threat of Reconciliation: Remembering the Part D Vote

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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Democrats are threatening to use a budgetary procedure to accelerate the passage of broad health reforms in the next Congress. Republicans are already voicing protest, particularly with the idea of a new government-run insurance plan gaining momentum. But those concerns may fall on deaf ears.

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