Now that Senate Democrats no longer have a filibuster-proof 60 votes, should Congress scrap health care reform or work on a skinny bipartisan bill? Should the House consider the Senate-passed health reform bill with the promise that certain provisions will be changed in reconciliation legislation?
From a policy perspective, what would work in a skinny bill? What pieces should and could be removed from the Senate bill in reconciliation? Is it possible and wise to have insurance reforms without big expansions?
What are the best and worst things Congress could do now?