The U.S. Senate recessed after a historic Christmas Eve session during which it passed its version of health care reform and both chambers of Congress joyfully celebrated their successes on passing bills to reform America's healthcare. Despite the discontent with the shameless process that ignored the concerns of many Americans and that saw the buying of many votes it appeared as if Congress only needed to negotiate its differences to pass a final bill that would have been signed by the president right before his State of the Union Address. The train of health care reform seemed to . . .
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