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Now that the Democratic party has lost its majority hold in the Senate, what will happen to the Health Care plan. Scott Brown's victory in the state that has fought for health care under Senator Kennedy is perhaps a message to the Democratic that they need to get their act together. Atom.xml the republicans now have enough votees to block any measure in the chamber. Administration officials and top congressional Democrats are reviewing a diminished range of options to pass a health care bill and salvage victory on President Obama's top domestic priority. Among the options under consideration is to draft a new, stripped-down version of the bill capable of passing both chambers. A second option is having the [atom.xml] House pass an identical version of the bill approved by the Senate in December. Doing so would allow the measure to proceed atom.xml straight to Obama's desk to be signed into law. A number of House liberals, however, are pushing back hard against the idea of adopting the Senate plan without major changes. The more conservative Senate measure contains a number of provisions unpopular with progressives atom.xml, including a 40 percent tax on high-end "Cadillac" health plans which would be imposed on the insurance companies that provide them.