"Health care reform is on life support," says Rep. Jim Cooper of Tennessee. And he's a Democrat.
President Obama has spent months building momentum for health care reform. But when the Congressional Budget Office put the price tag near $2 trillion, it stopped reform dead in its tracks.
What Senate Finance Committee chairman Max Baucus, D-Mont., once called "nearly inevitable" now seems much less so -- and that's before supporters have confronted the really tough questions.
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