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Late push yields more votes for health bill
Article | Democratic leaders persuaded four more House members Friday to support a landmark health-care bill after initially opposing it, but they still need votes from a pivotal bloc of lawmakers who remain concerned that the proposal would open the door for the federal funding of abortions.
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'Tea party' protesters accused of spitting on lawmaker, using slurs
Article | Members of the Congressional Black Caucus said that racial epithets were hurled at them Saturday by angry protesters who had gathered at the Capitol to protest health-care legislation, and one congressman said he was spit upon. The most high-profile openly gay congressman, Rep. Barney Frank (D-Ma...
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'Tea party' protesters accused of spitting on lawmaker, using slurs
Article | Members of the Congressional Black Caucus said that racial epithets were hurled at them Saturday by angry protesters who had gathered at the Capitol to protest health-care legislation, and one congressman said he was spit upon. The most high-profile openly gay congressman, Rep. Barney Frank (D-Ma...
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Obama to sign health-care bill into law Tuesday
Article | President Obama will sign landmark health-care legislation into law Tuesday without waiting for the Senate to deal with a package of revisions that was also approved by the House late Sunday, administration officials said.

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