The House’s chief Democratic headcounter said Sunday he hadn’t rounded up enough votes to pass President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul heading into a make-or-break week, even as the White House’s top political adviser said he was “absolutely confident” in its prospects.
The administration gave signs of retreating on demands that senators jettison special home-state deals sought by individual lawmakers that have angered the public.
By Libby Quaid, The Associated Press
, March 15, 2010
We can be ashamed of the majority of North Dakota House members who voted on Friday for institutionalized prejudice and discrimination in defeating S.B. 2278, which would have added sexual orientation to the classes of people protected by the state’s Human Rights Act from inequity in housing, employment and public accommodations.
Vicki Voldal Rosenau
, April 08, 2009
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