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Is Sotomayor a shoe-in? The battle for healthcare reform turns critical. Plus, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan earn millions. Is that good for the country?

Sotomayor Hearings; Healthcare; Goldman Sachs

Is Sotomayor a shoe-in? The battle for healthcare reform turns critical. Plus, Goldman Sachs and JP Morgan earn millions. Is that good for the country?

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