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March 10, 2010 - by Eric Naing

While you wait for the Congressional Budget Office to score the revised health care plan, take a took at today’s roundup of interesting blog posts and articles:

  • The left is starting to turn on liberal stalwart Rep. Dennis Kucinich [D, OH-10] over his opposition to the Democratic health care reform package. Kucinich, who doesn’t believe the reform plan goes far enough, has promised to vote against it even if he is the deciding vote in the House. (Salon)
  • This surprisingly gripping account of a failed bid to develop tankers for the Air Force explains a lot about how Washington works. (Politico)
  • In a meeting with reporters today, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid [D, NV] promised to look at ways to reform the filibuster next year. Reid had previously opposed such reforms saying that 67 votes in the Senate were needed. (Ezra Klein)
  • Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius continues to go after the health insurance industry. (The Washington Independent)
  • The tale of former Rep. Eric Massa [D, NY-29] grows even more sordid. (The Atlantic)
  • The Onion highlights a few overlooked alternative health care proposals floating around Congress. (The Onion)
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