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Health Care Reform / Senate Bill / Lieberman Interview / A Discussion #955138

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 15, 2009
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[President OBAMA - says we cannot allow differences from meeting our responsibility to solve a long-standing problem.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion continued with Bash, former Bush speechwriter Michael Gerson & "Huffington Posts"'s Tanya Acker about health care reform & the Senate bill. [BASH - talks about the dynamic of needing 60 votes in the Senate & the frustration of liberal Democrats; comments on procedures for coming votes.] [GERSON - suggests Senator Harry Reid would do whatever he needed to get the bill passed.] [ACKER - says the bill even with compromises is a step for insurance for 30 million Americans.]

Cooper, Anderson

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