Senate healthcare negotiators hope to keep deal alive during break
Senators headed home for their August break amid an escalating partisan battle over healthcare reform, and a small band of lawmakers hope to keep their compromise alive until Congress reconvenes in September. But Senate Democratic leaders continue to stoke the controversy, accusing GOP leaders of an artificial grass-roots movement to undermine public confidence in reform efforts.
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