Sen. Ben Nelson (D-Neb.) said on Thursday won't vote for the Senate's healthcare bill unless further changes are made.
Nelson said that modifcations to the bill, including provisions to curtail federal support for plans covering abortion, are needed to win his vote.
"If it's not at the point where I think it needs to be with the improvements that I'm pushing -- and they've made a lot of them -- then I will not vote for cloture on the motion to end debate," Nelson said in an interview on KLIN radio in Nebraska.
So here's a question: Will the White House come down as hard on Ben Nelson as they have on Howard Dean?