House Democrats confer on healthcare reform

AJ | Contributor

Worried House Democrats held a caucus-wide conference call Thursday to strategize about health-care reform before lawmakers return to Washington next week.

More than 100 members participated, Democratic aides said, to discuss the differences between the House’s health bill and the one passed by the Senate. With Senate Democrats barely able to muster the 60 votes necessary to pass their own bill and President Obama leaning toward the Senate’s position on some key issues, House Democrats are increasingly concerned that they could be marginalized at the bargaining table.

Full Story: House Democrats confer on health-care reform

Tags : barack obama democrats health care health reform house president senate
Loading comments...
© Copyright 2010 - 2018 | The Daily Caller