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  1. A compromise health care proposal widely seen as having the best chance to win Democratic and Republican support would cost $829 billion over the next 10 years, nonpartisan budget analysts concluded Wednesday.
    08-10-2009 by tsimonssoi and 2 others
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  2. A compromise health care proposal widely seen as having the best chance to win Democratic and Republican support would cost $829 billion over the next 10 years, nonpartisan budget analysts concluded Wednesday.
    08-10-2009 by gpage5907 and 2 others
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  3. A compromise health care proposal widely seen as having the best chance to win Democratic and Republican support would cost $829 billion over the next 10 years, nonpartisan budget analysts concluded Wednesday.
    08-10-2009 by gpage5907 and 2 others
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  4. There is candid frustration Thursday coming from rank and file congressional Democrats about the influence of Maine's Republican senator in the health care reform debate.
    16-10-2009 by annas1296 and 1 other
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  5. There is candid frustration Thursday coming from rank and file congressional Democrats about the influence of Maine's Republican senator in the health care reform debate.
    16-10-2009 by annas1296 and 1 other
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  6. You might not think so, but the stock market operates very logically. Investors, however, are often anything but logical.
    28-10-2010 by ojeeoojojo
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  7. Between all three companies, we have the capacity to produce enough spawn to spread throughout the Gulf of Mexico, and make a significant impact in the bio-remediation of the oil spill there ... It's not being done yet, not because we don't have the tec
    29-10-2010 by kajacksona
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