After Kennedy's Death, Health Care Reform in Flux?

Thursday, August 27, 2009

In his 47 years in the U.S. Senate, Senator Edward Kennedy had become a powerful force in Washington politics.  Of the many issues he worked on, Kennedy repeatedly called reforming the health care system "the cause of his life."  What will his passing do to the debate. and who will fill his void? For more, The Takeaway talks to Julie Mason, White House correspondent for the Washington Examiner.


Julie Mason

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