Editorial: Healthcare Reform in the Aftermath

Voters in Massachusetts took to the polls on Tuesday for a special Massachusetts Senate election that resulted in Republican Scott Brown’s upset victory over Democratic candidate Martha Coakley. One of the biggest issues of the campaign for the seat long held by the late Sen. Edward Kennedy was the healthcare reform debate—Coakley supported the current healthcare reform bill, Brown has vowed to vote against it. With Brown, Republicans now have 41 votes in the 100-member Senate.

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