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Some fear window is narrow for healthcare overhaul

Economy dominates on Capitol Hill

Senator Edward M. Kennedy said he and the president are committed to healthcare. Senator Edward M. Kennedy said he and the president are committed to healthcare. (Susan Walsh/associated press/file)
By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / January 28, 2009

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WASHINGTON - Mindful of how delays sapped the political will to overhaul healthcare during the Clinton administration, health advocates hoped to get a major bill during the new administration's first 100 days. Now, it looks like it will take longer, and some observers fear that a historic opportunity could be missed. (Full article: 816 words)

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