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Health Care Reform: Plan for Quick Action Dashed By Daschle Withdrawal

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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The withdrawal of Tom Daschle from consideration as HHS Secretary means there won't be a single focus for health care policy during the upcoming health care reform debate. Can two powerful Democratic legislators and the Obama budget team fill the void?

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