Senate's 'board of directors' will be key players in health reform
Key Senate chairmen Max Baucus and Ted Kennedy will be central to the big health-reform push in Washington this year, but they are part of a larger, bipartisan group that is meeting every week to try and figure out the details of how to actually create a bill that might get broad support. Baucus calls the group, which includes Democratic and Republican leaders of the finance, health and budget committees, the "Board of Directors."
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