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POLITICAL SETBACK

With 60th vote gone, a search for a new strategy

Democrats split on starting anew on health deal

WORK TO DO Speaker Nancy Pelosi should be willing to use intimidation, said Ross Baker of Rutgers University. WORK TO DO
Speaker Nancy Pelosi should be willing to use intimidation, said Ross Baker of Rutgers University.
By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / January 20, 2010

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Republican Scott Brown’s victory has deprived President Obama and his party of the crucial 60th Senate vote they were counting on to pass a sweeping overhaul of the US health care system in the coming weeks, sending Democratic leaders racing to devise an emergency alternative strategy and creating the very real possibility the effort could collapse. (Full article: 868 words)

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