White House open to deal on public health plan
It is more important that healthcare legislation inject stiff competition among insurance plans than it is for Congress to create a pure government-run option, White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel said. His comments came as the Senate Finance Committee pushed for a bipartisan deal, and one of the most contentious issues is whether to create a public health-insurance plan to compete with private companies.
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