Politics & Government

March 21, 2010 10:47 PM

Obama's health care win ensures his legacy — and may help in November

For President Barack Obama, success came ugly, months late and without bipartisanship, but it's still a big win of historic proportion. Historians and political experts said that Sunday's passage of the Democrats' health care overhaul rescues Obama from being branded a political loser and probably will help limit the Democrats' expected losses in November's congressional elections.

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