As usual, President Obama has his eye on the ball, recognizing that he now has 60 Democratic votes in the Senate and a real chance to pass both health care reform and an energy bill in this year's Congress. Here is the President's statement:
"I look forward to working with Senator-Elect Franken to build a new foundation for growth and prosperity by lowering health care costs and investing in the kind of clean energy jobs and industries that will help America lead in the 21st century.”
And here is Franken's:
And for the legal geeks like myself interested in how the Minnesota Supreme Court resolved the various due process and other issues in the contested election contest, here is a link to the court's website page on the Senate election contest.