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NATIONAL
January 28, 2010 | By Noam N. Levey
Laying out a possible path to approving healthcare legislation, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) said Wednesday that the House should pass the Senate's version and then use a process known as "budget reconciliation" to make the changes some lawmakers are demanding. The politically fraught strategy might allow Democrats to salvage a version of the overhaul that senior lawmakers pushed through the House and Senate late last year. Because budget reconciliation requires only a simple majority in the Senate, it could enable Democrats to circumvent a threatened GOP filibuster.
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WORLD
January 4, 2009 | Edmund Sanders
In a sun-drenched valley of central Kenya, a few dozen villagers gather each Saturday to sit under the trees and conduct the painstaking work of reconciliation that their government leaders seem happy to avoid. These traumatized victims of Kenya's post-election clashes meet to talk, pray, sing and -- they hope -- heal.
WORLD
January 17, 2013 | By Maher Abukhater
RAMALLAH, West Bank -- Rival Palestinian factions Fatah and Hamas have reached agreement on steps to bridge their years-long divide, including the formation of a unity government by month's end, mediators and officials with the two groups said Thursday in Cairo. The two Palestinian factions, which have been at odds since Hamas fighters drove Fatah's forces from the Gaza Strip in 2007, have been holding on-again, off-again reconciliation talks for more than a year. Their goal has been to politically reunite the West Bank, which is under Fatah control, and the Gaza Strip, ruled by Hamas.
OPINION
September 18, 2007
Re "Reconciliation needed -- in D.C.," Opinion, Sept. 12 Ronald Brownstein's article asking how can we expect political reconciliation between the Sunnis and the Shiites in Iraq if we don't have it between Democrats and Republicans in Washington overlooks a key point: Reconciliation does not mean agreeing with each other, it means talking with each other toward a common goal. We have peaceful, albeit sometimes acrimonious, talking in our capital; we have violence and wanton murder in Iraq.
OPINION
May 12, 1985
Reagan's visit to a German cemetery was planned as a recognition of the reconciliation that has taken place between our two countries. We have changed from enemies to allies. The visit has not reopened old wounds as much as it has revealed that many old wounds have never healed. Apparently some of our people harbor such hatred that they cannot share in a spirit of reconciliation, even after 40 years. GEORGE L. CLARK SR. Manhattan Beach
SPORTS
October 20, 1987 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, Times Staff Writer
While Ram management tried to soothe the wounds opened by the recent 24-day player strike, disgruntled running back Eric Dickerson stood poised with his salt shaker Monday. Dickerson, along with 44 other former Ram strikers, returned to practice Monday in time to sprinkle some discontent. As if another knee injury to starting linebacker Mark Jerue, a 1-4 record and the memory of Coach John Robinson's bogus player list weren't enough.
OPINION
February 27, 2007
Re "Iraq's delay on reconciliation frustrates U.S.," Feb. 24 Our troops should not be allowed to remain in Iraq while our Iraqi allies refuse to implement President Bush's reform plan. Originally, U.S. officials and our Iraqi allies aggressively barred former Baathist Party members from government service, but now Bush's reform calls for easing the rules and for reconciliation between Sunnis and Shiites. However, the vast majority of Shiites and Kurds oppose Bush's plan. Shiites have only deepened their hold on the civil service and security forces.
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