With lawmakers heading into a monthlong recess, Democrats advanced health reform legislation in a key congressional panel Friday, but the debate over the Obama administration's top policy goal looked ready to move outside Washington.
In a 56-42 vote in the Senate, the GOP fell four votes shy of limiting debate on a bill containing a "trifecta" of parts, including a minimum wage increase and an estate tax cut, preventing a floor vote before the…
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