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Revealed: How a Florida Senator Could Vote to Harm Seniors

What appears to be an alarming example of Congressional malfeasance was unearthed late yesterday by David Freddoso of the Washington Examiner and ABC's "Top Line."

Apparently, despite a year of intensive debate over enactment of ObamaCare legislation, followed by nearly a year of extensive debate and litigation thereafter, Florida's senior senator, Bill Nelson, lacks rudimentary information about what is in it.

Those questioning how a Senator from Florida could support legislation so harmful to many millions of seniors may just have received their answer.

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