WASHINGTON — The Senate Finance Committee approved its health care reform package Tuesday, advancing President Obama’s signature issue and providing momentum for an historical debate and vote in Congress this year.
The last of five congressional committees to consider and approve a health care proposal, the finance committee passed a $829 billion, 10-year health care reform bill on a 14-to-9 vote, completing more than five months of intense bipartisan negotiations and moving the debate into the next phase.
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