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The Healthcare Overhaul: Its Impact, Its Supporters, And, Of Course, Scott Brown

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The Healthcare Overhaul: Its Impact, Its Supporters, And, Of Course, Scott Brown

After a year of tumultuous debate, Congress finally passed a broad overhaul of the nation’s healthcare system late last night. While there are some loose ends left untied—compromises made in the House version of the bill must still be approved by the Senate—the bulk of the legislation needs only President Obama’s signature to become law. […]

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It’s Just Politics

Filed in Local Events, Local News, Politics by on September 14, 2009 0 Comments
It’s Just Politics

Last week, the Senate opened without its Lion, Senator Edward M. Kennedy. In his honor, they draped his seat in black velvet. This serves as a reminder of the all important question–what will happen to Ted’s seat? It’s fate potentially rests in the hands of the Massachusetts legislature. In 2004, the Massachusetts legislature changed the […]

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