In an image made from C-Span broadcast, Vice President Joe Biden announces the result of the final vote on the Health Care bill in Washington Thursday Dec. 24, 2009. The final result was 60-39 in favor with one senator not voting. (AP Photo/TV/CSPAN)
In an image made from C-Span broadcast, Vice President Joe Biden announces the result of the final vote on the Health Care bill in Washington Thursday Dec. 24, 2009. The final result was 60-39 in favor with one senator not voting. (AP Photo/TV/CSPAN) Associated Press
In an image made from C-Span broadcast, Vice President Joe Biden announces the result of the final vote on the Health Care bill in Washington Thursday Dec. 24, 2009. The final result was 60-39 in favor with one senator not voting. (AP Photo/TV/CSPAN) Associated Press

Senate passes health care bill with 60-39 vote

December 24, 2009 07:27 AM

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