Kucinich drops opposition to health-care bill

March 17, 2010 by Post Team 

Kucinich drops opposition to health-care billKucinich drops opposition to health-care bill:Saying “I take this vote very seriously,” Rep.
Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) announced yesterday morning that will vote for the bill now health care to the
House, despite his reservations .

“I know I have to take action on the bill as I would see it, but in the
bill as is,” said the congressman, who met with
President Obama on Air Force One earlier this week on their opposition to the bill.

“I have no doubts about this project,” said Kucinich in a press conference he called to announce his decision to vote “yes”, adding: “This is not the bill I wanted to support.”

“However, after careful discussion with President
, Speaker
, my wife Elisabeth and close friends, I decided to cast a vote for the legislation,” he announced.

“If my vote is to be counted, let account now.”

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