ABC News 
Friday, March 19, 2010
Democratic Rep. Bart Stupak says he’s open to a deal but will vote “No” on the health care bill unless changes are made to accommodate his more-stringent language that prevents federal funding for abortions.
“There’s still no change,” Stupak said on “Good Morning America” today of his “No” vote on the health care bill. “My group is holding firm.
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“I want to pass health care… but there’s a principle that we do not want to cross,” Stupak said.
But the Michigan Democrat said he is open to a deal on the abortion language if he can get a firm commitment from the Senate.
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