WASHINGTON -- The Senate Finance Committee's health care reform bill is fading into history, but its tax-exempt bond provisions have a decent chance of surviving as part of the new bill being cobbled together by Senate leaders, lobbyists said yesterday.

The finance panel passed a huge reform bill on July 6 that would, among other things, lift the $150 million limit on the amount of bonds that individual 501(c)(3) organizations may have outstanding at one time. The bill would also set up new requirements that health care organizations would have to meet to obtain 501(c)(3) status.

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