Next time, don't let him have the window seat:
Many Senate Democrats are choosing not to lobby House members in their state delegations on the healthcare bill. Other Senate Democrats said their hands are tied because their colleagues seem entrenched in their positions.
Freshman Sen. Kay Hagan (D-N.C.) got involved, but it didn’t appear to work.
She said she used a plane ride from North Carolina to Washington to try to allay freshman Rep. Larry Kissell’s (D-N.C.) concerns about the bill’s effect on Medicare. Hagan said Kissell said he still planned to vote no.