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Senators voice optimism on public option

Say bill can be adjusted to ease moderates’ qualms

FORESEEING PROBLEMS 'I don’t want to fix the problems in a way that creates more of an economic crisis,' Senator Joe Lieberman said yesterday. FORESEEING PROBLEMS
"I don’t want to fix the problems in a way that creates more of an economic crisis," Senator Joe Lieberman said yesterday.
By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / November 23, 2009

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WASHINGTON - Buoyed by their weekend victory on a vote beginning the health care debate, several Senate Democrats expressed optimism yesterday they could find a way to keep a government-run insurance plan in the sweeping bill. (Full article: 846 words)

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