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In search of the elusive, filibuster-proof sixtieth vote, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has eviscerated the Senate's healthcare reform bill.
Can a tax on breast enhancements and liposuction be channeled to benefit the public good?
It takes sixty votes to pass an amendment and most of the proposed measures for the healthcare bill will never pass. Still, a great opportunity to grandstand over pet issues.
The Nation's John Nichols and others speculate about what the Senate healthcare bill will ultimately look like and if it can be more progressive than the House's.
The very same senators who smear the public option are staunch supporters of the Veterans Health Administration--and that really is socialized medicine.
Will conservative and liberal objections to the Senate healthcare bill's provisions regarding women's health doom the legislation?
Filibustering healthcare reform? This is not what democracy looks like.
The prochoice movement stops playing nice in the fight for healthcare reform.
The House's healthcare reform bill is a first draft of history; as with most first drafts, it has its share of flaws.
Prochoicers have been taking one for the team for too long now. Enough already.
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