The wrangling and haggling continues over health care reforms and how to pay for them, as Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus’ 10-year, $856 billion bill, called “America’s Health Future Act of 2009,” lands on President Obama’s desk. The senator’s bill is designed to offer health insurance to tens of millions of uninsured Americans.
The bill follows weeks of public vitriol in the form of town hall meetings, and represents a more moderate course on health policy than other major bills currently moving through Capitol Hill.
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