In Maine, two sides on healthcare step up competition for Senators' votes
Across the country, activist groups on each side of the healthcare debate stepped up their campaigning while members of Congress were home for the Fourth of July recess. In Maine, there are moderate Republicans who could provide crucial support for the Democratic healthcare plan expected to emerge in the coming weeks, and efforts to sway their votes were intense.
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