It’s official. The Senate is giving up on moving comprehensive healthcare legislation this summer. It means that President Obama’s goal of getting to a vote by the August recess is now out of reach. Thursday’s move to postpone Senate action on health reform capped a week of harsh words across party lines. But with Democrats controlling both the House and Senate, the voices that counted most are the opposition voices from within Democratic ranks – especially lawmakers from conservative districts that gave Democrats their majority.
Democrats are reason for vote delay
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