Health reform: The race to 51 votes
The legislation to reform healthcare of the U.S. economy will turn on just 51 votes cast (or perhaps not) in the Senate over the next several months. The race to this 51 votes was launched as Congress approved a final budget resolution this week. Now the real work of lawmaking begins, says Sg2 analyst Stephen Jenkins.
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