A health care summit between President Obama, Republicans and Democrats ended with the president laying out some areas of consensus between the two parties but many disagreements remain. Throughout the more than six hour session, lawmakers laid out their competing priorities for the measure. While Republicans said the Democrats’ proposal was too broad in its scope and the American public had rejected it, Democrats said the public wanted action now on a comprehensive health insurance proposal and they intended to pass their bill.
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Health On The Hill: After The Summit
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