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In honor of the All-star break, I direct your attention to Don Lambro’s mid-season review of what’s happened in the health debate so far.

Lambro’s play by play of the Obama plan’s recent missteps and obstacles, such as Henry Waxman’s declaration that White House deals with industry groups are “not binding,” punctures the air of inevitability that the White House has been trying to inject into their health-care reform effort.


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