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Gibbs: One Option For Health Care 'Is To Have The House Work On The Senate Bill'


Over the last day, the Obama administration has remained vague about how health care will proceed, if it can no longer pass the Senate due to a Republican filibuster. In an interview with ABC News, President Obama urged lawmakers only "to move quickly to coalesce around those elements of the package that people agree on."

And in an official White House blog post, Communications Director Dan Pfeiffer wrote, "The President's preference is to pass a bill that meets the principles he laid out months ago."