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In North Carolina’s Eighth Congressional district, Representative Larry Kissell, a Democrat, is having trouble with African-American voters, especially after his vote against the health care bill. Related Article: nyti.ms
In an election year dominated by the debate over jobs and the economy, Representative Kathy Dahlkemper has found it hard to escape the shadow of her March vote for a sweeping healthcare overhaul.
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Pennsylvania Democrat shadowed by healthcare vote
TORRINGTON – Representative John Larson visited the Register Citizen office Wednesday for an editorial board meeting with Publisher Matt DeRienzo and graciously answered readers questions.
Wendell Potter, former CIGNA insurance executive who is now a champion of universal, cost-effective health care, stopped by and briefly chatted with us. While in Seattle to attend the NAIC conference as a consumer representative, …
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North Dakota lawmakers get their first peek at what the new healthcare reform bill will cost the state… Bismarck Representative George Keiser has put together the numbers… He says the state can expect to pay $1.1 billion dollars over th
Healthcare cost for North Dakota
We Are Change Chicago infiltrates a health care reform town hall meeting featuring Representative Jan Schakowsky. When asked about Investigative Journalist Wayne Madsen’s research on the H1N1 vaccine, she calls him a ‘conspiracy theorist’. She also didn’t want much to do with a new investigation of 9/11 after being served scientific evidience of ‘nano-thermite’ found in the rubble either. www.wearechangechicago.com http www.infowars.com
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Federal health-care reform cannot be rhetorical only. Yet, guest columnist Brendan Williams, a Washington state representative, argues that is what it will be if federal Medicaid money is not approved by Congress.
Bill Konopnicki voted Best Republican Representative for the 49th Legislature
Contributed Article With an open door and a thoughtful approach to complex issues, Bill Konopnicki has been seen for much of his eight years in the House as a problem-solver by those angling to keep their ox from getting gored.
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Representative Tom Emmer speaks against federal health care legislation at a Citizens’ Coalition on Health Care (www.cchconline.org “Shred the Bill” rally. May 12th 2010.