Centrist Democrats upbeat on healthcare bill
After a meeting among Senate Democrats to hone their message on revamping healthcare, some centrist lawmakers expressed confidence that they would be able to sign on to the legislation and sell it to their constituents back home. Some Democrats, anticipating raucous debate in their home states, expressed frustration that they were leaving for the summer recess without a consolidated proposal to rally behind.
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