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Health Care Reform / Senate Bill #963256

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 24, 2009
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(Studio: Jeff Glor) Senate approval of a landmark health care bill noted; vote count, with all Democrats voting yes and all Republicans voting no, cited.

(Capitol: Wyatt Andrews) The historic day at the Senate reviewed; details given of the bill's consumer protections and the differences between the House and Senate bills; scenes shown of Senator Harry Reid accidentally voting no. [Senators REID, Max BAUCUS†, John ENSIGN†, Mitch McCONNELL†– offer views.] [President OBAMA – notes the benefit for families and businesses.] [Representative Lynn WOOLSEY†- comments on the House view of a public option.]

(Studio: Jeff Glor, Jeff Greenfield) The lack of bipartisan support and the polarization of the parties discussed.

(Studio: Jeff Glor) Upcoming story previewed.

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