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Pick of the Day: A health reform story you can actually read

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Let’s face it, the health care debate has been a little hard to follow at times. The day-to-day increments—“shell bills,” “deem and pass,” "reconciliation”—has been a tad numbing to those who aren’t riveted by the minutiae of the legislative procedure.

But here comes a real story about the debate. A reconstructed, behind-the-curtain, comprehensive narrative, written by a seasoned pro that reads like a script from The West Wing or a book (which apparently is the point). It’s a long story for a Tuesday morning, but well worth it.

By Christian Davenport  | March 23, 2010; 9:18 AM ET
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