Centrists seek to slow health bill timetable
Wall Street Journal, July 20, 2009
The White House and congressional leaders are facing new resistance on Capitol Hill to rapid movement on healthcare legislation amid concerns about the cost, the political price for raising taxes, and an emerging dispute about whether abortions should be covered. In the Senate, a group of centrist Republicans and Democrats issued a plea for delay.
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