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Counting the Votes: Democrats Consider Their Public Options On Health Reform and Reconciliation

This article was originally published in RPM Report

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Democrats always feared having the health care reform debate carrying over past August. Now it’s October. Media coverage of chaotic town hall meetings, intra-party disputes, and a united Republican opposition show how prescient the Democrats were to worry about debate after the summer holidays. Democrats are now starting to consider how they’ll vote on a fi nal bill. Here’s what it could look like if the legislation goes through the Congressional shortcut of budget reconciliation and includes a public plan.
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