>Since the bill still has to be combined with the House version in
>committee (with Clinton threatening to veto it in its present form), this
>is not the clearest bill to evaluate anyone on. For example, if Lieberman
>had voted "no", he could be attacked for voting against an increase in the
Hmm, Chris Lehmann, who's a careful guy, says he voted against the min wage increase. And that bkcy bill was so evil that he should have voted against it no matter what was attached to it.