Darcy Burner

Executive Director, American Progressive Caucus Policy Foundation

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Former Candidate for Congress (D-WA) and Executive Director of the American Progressive Caucus Policy Foundation

Darcy Burner on KCRW

Republicans delayed the vote until the morning of Christmas Eve, but just after 7 o'clock today, the Senate passed  its version  of healthcare reform with a bare 60 votes and promptly…

After Months of Bitter Debate, Senate Passes Landmark Health Bill

Republicans delayed the vote until the morning of Christmas Eve, but just after 7 o'clock today, the Senate passed its version of healthcare reform with a bare 60 votes and promptly…

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The President and Democratic leaders have an agenda for healthcare reform.  Pass the  Senate version  by Christmas Eve; pass a compromise out of both Houses for a White House signing…

Looming Deadline for Healthcare Reform

The President and Democratic leaders have an agenda for healthcare reform.  Pass the Senate version by Christmas Eve; pass a compromise out of both Houses for a White House signing…

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The President and Democratic leaders have an agenda for  healthcare reform .

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The President and Democratic leaders have an agenda for healthcare reform .

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