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The first thing Congressman Earl Pomeroy plans to do this morning is get on a video conference call with North Dakota hospitals.

Pomeroy is one of those Democrats who's been caught between his Party's number one legislative ambition and hospitals in his largely rural district, for whom the so-called "robust" public option would mean treating more patients at a loss.

Elizabeth Wynne Johnson reports...

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