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What’s so wrong with using reconciliation?

Despite vigorous and occasionally mendacious opposition from congressional Republicans, until recently President Barack Obama's decentralized and "hands off" approach to health care legislation was working. Democrats had managed to pass health care bills in both the House and the Senate, and all that remained to be done was to reconcile the two bills into one final law.

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