The Six: Lawmakers Who Will Stand Behind Public Plan To The End
This article was originally published in RPM Report
The public plan has turned into the legislative fault line between Democrats and Republicans when it comes to health reform. The key question is not who is most vocal in advocating the plan, but rather who is most able to stand up for it in the legislative process.
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