WASHINGTON -- Rep. Brian J. Donnelly plans to revise his bill setting up a charity care standard for private nonprofit hospitals to address some of the concerns raised by the Treasury Department at a recent House Ways and Means Committee hearing, an aide said yesterday.

The Massachusetts Democrat expects to modify a section of the bill, criticized by the Treasury as too rigid, that had required private non profit hospitals to meet one of five specific criteria to maintain their tax-exempt status, the aide said.

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