Lawmakers are slated to return home in August, where they will talk to constituents about a broad range of issues. Health care will probably be high on the list. If reform doesn't get done before then, will senators and congressmen come back to Washington singing a different tune on health care after a month at home, when constituents will give them a piece of their minds?

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