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  1. Will Joe Lieberman be the first Democratic domino to fall on health-care reform? Will Olympia Snowe be the first Republican one?
    17-10-2009 by fredwrrrer
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  2. The western United States, with its independent streak and growing population, is the terrain both political parties are hoping to mine for electoral gains in the coming years.
    07-11-2009 by gdewittiew
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  3. President Obama met Sunday with Senate Democrats to try to rally support for a sweeping health care bill undergoing a heated debate in the chamber.
    14-12-2009 by jennbamtam
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  4. Obama and Democratic leaders are counting on a health-care victory to buoy their electoral prospects in 2010.
    21-12-2009 by santitaana
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  5. Is this what we're in for? http://www.usatoday.com/news/health/2009-12-23-heart29_ST_N.htm?csp=24&RM_Exclude=Juno   ** *8
    29-12-2009 by bmollaae
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  6. 2010 has opened on an unsettling note for Democrats in the U.S. Senate.
    07-01-2010 by kevigeevvv
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  7. How the former Cosmopolitan centrefold became Ted Kennedy's Republican successor
    29-01-2010 by shgreennnr
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  8. Indiana Democrats already have one potential challenger – Rep. Brad Ellsworth – in the race for Sen. Evan Bayh’s soon-to-be-vacant seat. But that hasn’t silenced a growing grassroots effort calling on rock star John Mellencamp to join the fray. The Note
    20-02-2010 by chjackccha
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  9. President Obama's health care summit with Republicans and Democrats will take center stage Thursday. But the compromise most of Washington is focused on will come post-summit: Before Democrats can turn to a parliamentary maneuver to pass health legislati
    26-02-2010 by joseeveeos and 1 other
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  10. President Obama said the session shouldn't be "political theater where we are just playing to the camera," while Republicans say they represent "the views of a great number of American people."
    26-02-2010 by nathanratn
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