WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. senators unveiled two opposing visions of a healthcare system in the United States on Wednesday – leading liberals advocating government insurance for all and several Republicans proposing an eleventh-hour repeal of Obamacare to replace it with programs run by the states.
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