PRESCRIPTION DRUG'S LONG VOTE: At 5:53am ET on November 22, 2003, the House passes President Bush's signature Medicare Prescription Drug Act after holding the vote open for almost four hours as the leadership seeks more votes (it passed 220-215.)
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