Keith Hennessey, who worked on economic policy in the Bush White House and opposes the health care bill, gives it a 40% chance of passing:

The Stupak/abortion issue appears to be the biggest substantive hurdle. Chatter about a possible three bill strategy (!?) to address this is stunning. Two bills isn’t hard enough?

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