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  • McCain returns to Senate floor and advocates for bipartisanship

    Sen. John McCain returned to the Senate floor less than week after undergoing surgery to treat his brain cancer on July 25. McCain cast a critical vote in favor of health care legislation and also urged his colleagues to seek bipartisan solutions.

McCain returns to Senate floor and advocates for bipartisanship

Sen. John McCain returned to the Senate floor less than week after undergoing surgery to treat his brain cancer on July 25. McCain cast a critical vote in favor of health care legislation and also urged his colleagues to seek bipartisan solutions.
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