Universal healthcare coverage appears elusive
As the Senate Finance Committee prepares to pass its plan to overhaul the nation's healthcare system, senior Democrats are acknowledging that it may be impossible to provide coverage to all Americans, a central goal of President Obama and his congressional allies. That acknowledgment is fueling growing alarm among hospitals and insurance companies, which have made universal coverage a condition of their support.
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