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This article examines the possibilities for health care reform in the 111th Congress. It uses a simple model of policy making to analyze the failure of Congress to pass the Clinton health plan in 1993–1994. It concludes that the factors that created gridlock in the 103rd Congress are likely to have a similar impact in the present.