Justin Peters

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Recent reports on the progress of  healthcare reform  have portrayed a President battling his own party in Congress while his popularity ratings decline.

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Recent reports on the progress of healthcare reform have portrayed a President battling his own party in Congress while his popularity ratings decline.

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