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Waxman Released, Expected Back at Work Next Week

By Paul Kane
After two days in the hospital, Rep. Henry A. Waxman (D-Calif.) is being released today, a spokeswoman said, and he is expected back in the Capitol next week.

Waxman, 69, fainted Tuesday and was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. His office did not elaborate on the fainting spell or its cause. A spokeswoman from the House Energy and Commerce Committee said in a statement that the congressman is "in good health."

Waxman, the chair of that committee, just finished shepherding a landmark climate-change bill through the House and is now expected to play a leading role in crafting health-care legislation.

By Post Editor  |  July 2, 2009; 5:44 PM ET
 
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Comments

waxman is another ted kennedy,he will never go away,no matter how many penneys i throw in the wishing well,these low lifes will be around forever to tear down the nation,and the stupid people who keep voting for this trash will be as hurt as the rest of us by the taxes,and spending,and the rise of all fuels.
i pray california goes bankrupt,then maybe they will wake up,get rid of the illegals,and waxman,and everything else that is a drain on their economy,and their childrens future.

Posted by: silusdogood | July 4, 2009 6:04 PM | Report abuse

I wish Senator Waxman the very best. He is a fine man who has worked hard to right the wrongs done by Bush and Cheney. America needs caring people like Senator Waxman working to correct the republican mistakes that have harmed this country so much.

Posted by: equalon | July 6, 2009 12:28 PM | Report abuse

to silsdogood
please take your vitriol and incredibly stupid remarks and stick them up your $$$.

Posted by: member5 | July 6, 2009 9:42 PM | Report abuse

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