Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has drawn both condemnation and adulation for deals he struck to win passage of legislation for the biggest overhaul of the U.S. healthcare system in more than four decades.
Critics charge that Reid effectively bought senators' votes by packing the measure with provisions for their states -- for example, $100 million for a hospital in Connecticut and $100 million to provide medical care for the poor in Louisiana.
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