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On health, Obama has roadblocks in own party

Democrats bicker over bill; GOP sees hand strengthening

LOOKING FOR FIXES Representative Barney Frank hopes the president won’t sign a bill unless a series of disputed details are ironed out. LOOKING FOR FIXES
Representative Barney Frank hopes the president won’t sign a bill unless a series of disputed details are ironed out.
By Susan Milligan
Globe Staff / March 11, 2010

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President Obama slammed the health insurance industry and Republicans yesterday as the enemies of health care overhaul. But the president’s immediate roadblocks to achieving his top domestic priority are within his own Democratic Party, as congressional lawmakers remain unable to find a procedural and political path to final passage. (Full article: 889 words)

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