Health insurers' support of bill seen wavering
Seven months ago, insurance companies vowed to be allies in President Obama's effort to revamp healthcare, with one industry leader later telling Congress that "health insurance reform needs to be done this year." But as an $829 billion, 10-year healthcare bill approved by the Senate Finance Committee moves toward debate by the full Senate, the insurance industry and the Obama administration are increasingly at odds over key provisions in the bill, reports USA Today.
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