The parliamentarian, however, later reportedly clarified his position to Senate aides, saying that the reconciliation bill could be written in a way that would not require Obama to sign the Senate bill into law before the reconciliation bill is voted on.This is very inside-baseball stuff, but it gives the Democrats a small shortcut in their quest to pass this unpopular health care bill. Whereas it was reported yesterday that the Senate health care bill, which passed the Senate back in December, had to be passed by the House unamended and then signed by President Obama before any changes could be made, it now might seem that the bill could be changed without first going through Obama.
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