Health reform deadline in doubt
Senate Majority Leader Harry M. Reid has acknowledged that his chamber is unable to pass healthcare reform before its August recess, a move that highlighted internal Democratic divisions on the legislation and is likely to result in significant changes to the shape of the final bill. The Aug. 7 deadline that President Obama set for House and Senate leaders to move their versions of reform served as a tool for congressional leaders in minimizing dissent as the $1 trillion package moved through five committees.
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