Democrats nearing consensus on health plan
A broad consensus on the nation's healthcare system overhaul appeared to be developing among Democratic leaders as three House committee chairmen outlined a bill generally similar to one being written in the Senate. Democratic leaders in both houses said they would require individuals to carry insurance and employers to help pay for it, but they have yet to decide how to raise the necessary tax revenue.
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