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The bill will be discussed by the Senate Finance Committee on Monday afternoon.

(Bloomberg) — Republican senators pushing another attempt at an Obamacare repeal made tweaks to their bill this weekend to try to sway a few GOP holdouts whose votes they need.

The changes would steer money to Alaska and Maine, the homes of senators Lisa Murkowski and Susan Collins. States would also get more flexibility to make changes to insurance rules, a measure meant to entice conservatives. At its heart, though, the bill is the same — it would reduce future spending on Medicaid and private insurance subsidies by billions of dollars, and let states set the rules for what insurers can charge and what they have to cover.

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