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But it is unclear whether the big gamble will succeed in moving health legislation.

But it is unclear whether the big gamble will succeed in moving health legislation. ‘[B] y the end of the day, President Barack Obama looked all the same old problems, ‘political reports. Republicans ‘calling it more of the same – drafted behind closed doors policy that Americans dislike and continue to press for the Democrats to slate slate. A demand Obama has emphatically rejected ‘.

‘And Obama’s plan did nothing about the central issue, the answer to Democrats: how to get a bill through the Senate – now one vote shy of a filibuster-proof majority – in one of the most toxic environments for incumbents in recent memory ‘(Brown and O’Connor, – the Washington Post has worked on ‘the President ‘s proposal for the extent to which it bangs on the basic scale and context of the bills to the Congress for months remarkably This decision – to go big for the last time rather than small. Came quickly in the White House after the senior adviser to President Obama concluded privately that made ​​his goals for comprehensive changes to the health care system not piecemeal ‘(Kornblut and S.ear,