Senators set to visit White House to discuss healthcare overhaul
President Obama will meet with influential Senate Democrats to discuss overhauling healthcare, as the White House releases a report asserting that revamping the system would increase the income of a typical family of four by $2,600 in 2020, and by $10,000 in 2030. The Democrats on two Senate committees that are drafting health legislation have been invited to the White House to meet with Obama. As part of a push to secure Congressional passage of a bill this year, the administration will also make the case that reforming healthcare is critical to fixing the economy.
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