Editor's Note: A compromise health care proposal widely seen as having the best chance to win Democratic and Republican support would cost $829 billion over the next 10 years, nonpartisan budget analysts concluded Wednesday. It also would reduce the federal deficit by more than $80 billion.
Congressional Budget Office
The Congressional Budget Office has issued its preliminary report on the Senate Finance Committee's most recent version of Health Care Reform. Take a look:
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