We can't let health care reform be turned into a political football while millions of Americans remain without health care coverage.
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American voters in the last six or seven years have been sending wakeup alarms over and over again to Washington, DC, but both parties just keep hitting the snooze button.
Yes, it's a shock that unknown Scott Brown could take Ted Kennedy's seat, but that had more to do with facts on the ground than on any seismic shock that prefigures national politics.
On Tuesday, the Bay State shook Capitol Hill to its core. Here are the five lessons Democrats should learn from this special election.
Health care is 18% of our GDP and growing. How do we fix the economy, or create jobs, without doings SOMETHING to control health care costs? You see where I'm going with this.
A Scott Brown twenty years ago might have had the pickup truck and the personal charisma, but he wouldn't have had the cheap or free online communications channels that a modern campaign can use.
Massachusetts isn't the likeliest backdrop for Republicans to begin their long climb back to a Senate majority. Democrats control both of the state's ...
BOSTON — The race for the U.S. Senate seat left vacant by the death last week of Edward Kennedy got off to a cautious start Tuesday, despite a t...
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