Democrats consider bypassing GOP on healthcare plan
With solid majorities in both houses of Congress, Democrats are tempted to use their political muscle to speed passage of healthcare legislation with minimal concessions to the Republican minority. That approach may be the only way they can fulfill President Obama's campaign promises, but it carries high risks as well, according to this analysis from the New York Times.
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