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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Senate Democrats said they reached a broad agreement on Tuesday on a possible compromise over a government-run insurance plan in a sweeping healthcare overhaul and would seek cost estimates on the deal.

Reid said reports the government-run “public option” had been dropped were “not true.”

“We have a broad agreement,” Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid told reporters, refusing to give any details on the talks.

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