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Question of the Day: #HCR?

You know something historic is happening when C-SPAN is enough to keep college students from the outdoors on a beautiful spring Sunday. Last night, the House… well, I’m just going to let the Times explain:

House Democrats approved a far-reaching overhaul of the nation’s health system on Sunday, voting over unanimous Republican opposition to provide medical coverage to tens of millions of uninsured Americans after an epic political battle that could define the differences between the parties for years.

But you all already knew that. What I want to know is…

What do you think about the health care reform package that was passed last night?

Are you worried about it? Excited for it? Simply glad the media can fixate on something else for a while?

Spill your guts in the comments below!

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