The foundation of American democracy rests on majority votes. The United States Congress is no exception. The House of Representatives needs at least 218 votes to pass a bill. The Senate needs 51 votes.In short, it is possible for Congress to pass healthcare reform including a public option with majority votes in both the House and Senate. America can’t wait another year for Congress to get the job done.Howie P.S.: Sign the petition: "Majority votes in Congress can pass a public option."
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Howard Dean: "Majority Votes in Congress can pass the choice of a public option."