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(NECN) - Every member of the New England delegation voted for the Senate bill, except for Massachusetts Congressman Stephen Lynch.
Some of the other members of the delegation defended the plan on the health floor.
Including Representative Patrick Kennedy, who compared health care reform to the civil rights movement.
NECN Morning had the opportunity to talk with Congressman Stephen Lynch about why he voted against the health care bill.
The congressman talked about how major reforms that were placed in the house were striped from the bill.
Mr Lynch discussed how a limited public option was also taken out of the bill.