Politically speaking, the world seemed to be divided into two warring camps on Wednesday, which marked the one-year anniversary of the health reform law’s passage. On one side, Democrats devoted the day to tout the sweeping overhaul, and on the other, Republicans spent the day blasting it.
Connecticut’s independent Sen. Joseph Lieberman chose none of the above. He didn’t join much of the rest of the Connecticut congressional delegation at a pro-reform celebration in Hartford. In fact, he had no public events on his schedule Wednesday.
He did make an unrelated visit to a community health clinic on Tuesday. But if this report is any indication, health care reform didn’t come up.