King served two terms from 1995 to 2003.
Why do elites always think centrists must be fiscally conservative?
We're living in her world. She just won't admit it.
She's tired of the uncompromising Senate body.
It's a really, really, really big deal.
But Snowe hasn't talked to them yet about running for president.
She certainly seems to be dropping some hints.
Snow puns! Seriously though, this is big news.
The bill fails, but it was unconstitutional anyway.
She might need to leave the GOP to remain a senator.
But it's still a matter of getting it to a vote.
How today's Massachusetts special election could change everything.
Not yet, anyway.
"I have ruled out voting for this bill but I still very much want to vote for a bill."
The president has started "popping in" to her meetings.
Olympia Snowe risks her party's ire by giving Democrats a modicum of bi-partisan support.
No Republicans like it. A bunch of Democrats don't like it, either. Great.