WASHINGTON -- Sen. George Mitchell's health care reform bill incorporates the Senate Finance Committee's proposal for ending the $150 million cap on the amount of bonds that individual private, non-profit organizations may have outstanding at one time.

Mitchell, the Senate majority leader, drafted the bill after finding that none of the reform bills passed by various Senate committees, including the finance panel, had enough support to pass the full Senate.

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