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The Week In Review

March 19, 2010 - by Eric Naing

To outward appearances, Washington is in a kind of holding pattern on health care. Most of the procedural hurdles like the getting a CBO score and crafting a reconciliation bill are out of the way and the House is expected to start the voting procedure on Saturday with a final vote happening on Sunday afternoon. Behind the scenes, however, both parties are furiously whipping the remaining undecided House Democrats to vote one way or the other on the bill. To help catch up with what’s happened and to prepare for the implication’s of Sunday’s vote, check out what we’ve been up to this week here at OpenCongress:

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  • victory 03/20/2010 6:40am

    if this health care passes as americans who have fought for the freedoms of this great america we will have lost parts of our constitution to our very greedy and unscrupolous heads of state the giving away of america to people who have no right to it seems to be the norm now well i for one will not roll over for sit up and bark at your command i oppose it all.

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