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Senate Finance Defeats Public Plan Tied To Medicare Rates; Debate Will Move To House-Senate Conference

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Public option amendments voted down by the Senate Finance Committee, but debate over the public plan and linking it to Medicare rates is kicked further down the road to conference process.
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