New objections to Baucus healthcare proposal
Two of the three Republicans in a small group trying to forge a bipartisan compromise on healthcare have requested numerous major changes in a proposal drafted by the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee. The Republicans, Senators Michael B. Enzi of Wyoming and Charles E. Grassley of Iowa, have catalogued their concerns in documents sent to the chairman, Senator Max Baucus, Democrat of Montana.
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