White House less firm on date for healthcare bill
President Obama's budget director appeared to soften on the administration's insistence that a healthcare reform bill be delivered by August. The administration's effort to overhaul the nation's healthcare system hit a bump after the director of the Congressional Budget Office said a preliminary analysis found that the bills working their way through the House of Representatives would not reduce health costs over the next decade.
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