Vote-Counting on Health Reform, MA Could Be Key

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Democrats in the U.S. Senate are struggling to secure the 60 votes needed to pass a health care reform plan, the New York Times reports.

Massachusetts could hold the key, as lawmakers gather at the State House today to vote on whether an interim senator can be named to fill Ted Kennedy's seat. WBUR covers the debate live. Is Dukakis in our future?

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