Senate Democrats have reached a compromise on health care reform that would forego a new public option plan in favor of a hybrid approach that would expand the use of private plans and lower the age requirement for Medicare to 55.
According to published reports, the new agreement would blend previously announced plans to use nonprofit national health plans administered by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) in tandem with an expanded Medicare program, in order to offer more Americans insurance coverage.
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