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Illness imperils Democrat grip on Congress

June 23, 2018
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THE Democrats have not taken over Congress yet, but their controlhas been put in doubt after a senator was taken to hospital. – (Sydney Morning Herald — 14 December, 2006)
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The Democrats have not even taken over Congress yet, but theircontrol has been put in doubt after a senator was taken to hospitalwith what was initially described as a possible stroke. – (The Age — 15 December, 2006)
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The news of Senator Tim Johnson’s hospitalization highlighted the fragility of the Democrats’ new majority. (New York Times — 14 December, 2006)
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Republicans could regain control of the Senate after Democratrushed to hospital with possible stroke. – (The Age — 14 December, 2006)
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Democrats’ control of the US Senate is put in doubt as a senator undergoes emergency brain surgery. (BBC News — 15 December, 2006)
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Democratic Sen. Tim Johnson of South Dakota was hospitalized Wednesday. But by evening, the exact status of his condition and its cause were unclear, with conflicting reports arising over whether Johnson had suffered a stroke. (MSNBC — 14 December, 2006)
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Without S.D. lawmaker’s vote, Democrats could lose slight margin and GOP may gain control. (Washington Post — 14 December, 2006)
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Senator Tim Johnson’s office said it was too early to say whether further surgery would be necessary, or to assess his long-term prognosis. (New York Times — 15 December, 2006)
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Sen. Tim Johnson (D-S.D.) was in stable condition yesterday after emergency brain surgery, prompting optimism among family and friends and at least temporarily stanching speculation that the Democrats’ narrow control of the next Senate might be in jeopardy. (Washington Post — 16 December, 2006)
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Besieged with questions about whom he might select to replace Senator Tim Johnson, Gov. Mike Rounds has declined to address the topic. (New York Times — 16 December, 2006)
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