House upholds Pawlenty veto of health program for poor
ST. PAUL -- The Minnesota House upheld Gov. Tim Pawlenty's veto of a health-care program for Minnesota's poorest residents Monday, allowing negotiations on the subject to continue.
Representatives sustained the veto 86-47, with 90 needed to override, but they immediately took another vote that leaves it available for future action.
Senators already voted to override the veto.
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