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Bradley Woods and Co. President Dan Ripp on whether results of the Massachusetts Senate race will stall the health-care reform bill.
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FTN Financial’s Lindsey Piegza on the Obama agenda in the wake of the MA Senate race.
FNC’s Carl Cameron on Scott Brown winning the Senate seat in Massachusetts.
Rep. Anthony Weiner, (D-NY), on the Republican win in Massachusetts and its impact on health-care reform.
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Political commentator Laura Ingraham on what lead to Scott Brown ’s win in the election for the Massachusetts Senate seat.
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