Well, we’re on the final push for health care reform and Democrats are rounding up every last vote they need. Here’s the Wall Street Journal on John Adler:
Rep. John Adler (D., N.J.), a freshman who won a Republican-leaning district in 2008, is also undecided, after voting no last fall. He said the Senate bill did a better job containing health costs.
In an interview, he said he had spoken directly to the president about the issue and was not worried about Republican arguments that Democrats would pay a political price for supporting the health bill. “I think people shouldn’t be worried about their careers. They should be worried about doing what’s right.”
He did emphasize cost controls in his previous criticism so it’s pretty consistent. If you live in the district it might be good to phone. The Senate bill is well short of what progressives wanted, but I think we’d regret not having in ten years. There’s also this interview with Fox News (I don’t think this is same interview) where he is undecided, but he keeps emphasizing the viewpoint of business.