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More problems this is the lawmakers -- congress duke it out over how to pay for praising Obama's health care overhaul.
That helped build -- that momentum but his plan president will spend this week making another aggressive push to regained some of that public support.
That he's been losing in the polls -- more we go to Fox Business.
Rich and he's -- out Washington DC bureau and it's going to be a full court press this -- it sounds like -- right.
That's right Alexis said it's no different from last week it's going to continue again today and really what happens in congress this week.
Will likely decide if Democrats can finish Health Care Reform.
By the president's deadline that is the August recess and the president will push Health Care Reform again this afternoon today at the Children's National Medical Center.
-- back in congress and over in the house one committee continues to work on its portion of the bill.
Aides in the energy and commerce committee say they expect to committee vote on Wednesday.
A group of conservative Democrats however have threatened to help defeat that portion of the bill because they say.
The proposal's price tag and tax increases are just too much.
The Congressional Budget Office says the house bill will cost more than a trillion dollars over the next decade.
And lawmakers are still more than 200 billion dollars short -- paying for it.
Meanwhile a senate committee continues writing its version of the bill committee members are still trying to find hundreds of billions of dollars to pay for that.
The problem we have in this debate.
Is that we've all sort of locked into our position here it's unfortunate the president saying anybody disagrees and miss -- and other people are saying by that degrees the president -- that's not the case.
We can solve this problem it really just simply -- it was not what the CV -- -- CEO proposed and proceed on a plan of addressing the problem rather than addressing the politics.
Some of those Congressional Budget Office proposals include taxing employer provided health benefits.
And further cuts to Medicare and Medicaid payments to doctors and hospitals.
Now over in the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she will try to drain more savings from the medical industry.
She also says she is open to adjusting the proposed surtax.
To include only families making more than a million dollars a year.
The current proposal would begin taxing families of -- making more than 350000.
Dollars a year --
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