Protestors at the Capitol before the vote on health care reform
Protestors at the Capitol before the vote on health care reform Samuel Collins Jr. / McClatchy
Protestors at the Capitol before the vote on health care reform Samuel Collins Jr. / McClatchy

Words, and now bricks thrown at lawmakers over health care vote

March 24, 2010 06:51 PM

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