Add another influential Washington figure whose family is directly benefitting from provisions of the healthcare overhaul. But this time it's someone who actually supports the law.
Sen. Scott Brown (R-Mass.) made news last month when he acknowledged that his 23-year-old daughter qualified for coverage under his congressional insurance policy because of the law's requirement that insurers cover any adult child up to 26 years old who applies for coverage. Brown famously campaigned as what was then believed to be the key vote to stop the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act from passing the Senate.