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Campaign 2010: The battle to frame healthcare reform for the midterms

The day after the vote, the debate over healthcare reforme moved into a new phase. Democrats and Republicans shifted their focus to the November midterm elections and what could turn into a referendum on the legislation. The most intense heat will probably be felt by Democrats who voted for the bill but represent Republican-leaning districts.


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