Next test in healthcare fight: Melding competing bills
Senate leaders and White House aides will meet October 14 to try and reconcile competing health bills, a day after the Senate Finance Committee voted to approve legislation. Senate Democrats have already held some preliminary discussions about blending the bills, and the White House lobbying team is already fully deployed across the Capitol, reports the New York Times.
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