Merging Senate, House health bills likely to be big challenge

12/22/2009 | NYTimes.com · Washington Post, The

If the U.S. Senate passes its version of health care legislation Christmas Eve, Democrats will face one more challenge: reconciling differences between the Senate and House bills. The House's Democratic defenders and critics of abortion rights have expressed reservation about the Senate's compromise on abortion. The Senate approach allows health plans to pay for abortions, but coverage would be kept separate from all other health care, with two premium payments and "segregation of funds" by insurance companies.

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