In his recent interview with Fox News, President Obama promised that "the final provisions [of the health care bill] are going to be posted many days before this thing passes." Yet The New York Times says a House vote is expected on Sunday, and "the Senate could pass the reconciliation bill [making changes to the health care bill sought by some Democratic congressmen] as soon as next week." According to The Washington Post, House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer said the health care bill "would be posted to the Web site of the House Rules Committee sometime Thursday morning." As of noon Eastern time, it does not seem to be there.
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