A bipartisan group of Senate Finance Committee members continues its negotiations on a bipartisan health care package while some Democrats want the party to push its own package if those negotiations fail. Whether or not to include a government-run “public plan” remains a key part of the debate, as do other elements, including the level of subsidies that would be provided to help low-income people purchase coverage.
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