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Kirk pushes for public option

In floor speech, calls for unity on health care

SEEKING SOLUTION 'I hope we will pause for a moment - to hear Ted Kennedy’s voice in the quiet of our hearts,' said Senator Kirk. SEEKING SOLUTION
"I hope we will pause for
a moment - to hear Ted Kennedy’s voice in the quiet of our hearts," said Senator Kirk.
By Joseph Williams
Globe Staff / October 28, 2009

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WASHINGTON - A month after taking office, Massachusetts Senator Paul G. Kirk Jr. delivered his first major floor speech yesterday, calling for bipartisan unity on health care legislation - a signature issue of the late Senator Edward M. Kennedy, the legendary lawmaker he replaced. (Full article: 572 words)

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