High price tag for health reform bill prompts sparring and a delay
President Obama's hopes for quick action on comprehensive healthcare reform ran headlong into the realities of Congress, as lawmakers searching for the money to pay for a broad expansion of coverage discovered that it wasn't easy to find and descended into bickering. A set of unexpectedly high cost estimates forced one key committee to delay action on its bill, probably until after the July 4 recess.
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