Healthcare poses stiff tests for top Democrats
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosiand majority leader Harry Reid are working independently to merge sweeping healthcare bills produced by two committees in the Senate and three in the House into bills that each must pass in the respective chambers. Then, Democrats hope, they will negotiate one final version between them before sending it to President Obama's desk, reports the New York Times.
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