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Philip Klein, Examiner
In December 2009, as President Obama's health care legislation moved toward congressional passage, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., defended the bill's creation of a new long-term care program known as the CLASS Act.In the face of Republican objections that the Class Act's design was financially unsound, Reid insisted that the program was "fully paid for," even "in the far future." He added for emphasis, "decades and decades into the future, [it's] paid for."

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