ACORN: Folding but not forgotten
ACORN might be folding, but that’s not enough to convince Sen. David Vitter that the anti-poverty group still won’t find ways to rig the next election. The Louisiana Republican has filed an amendment to the health reconciliation bill — which is moving through the Senate this week — to prohibit federal funding to ACORN.
Votes on the long list of amendments filed to the reconciliation bill are expected to come later this week.
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