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    The agreement trims the cost of the package to $4.3 billion, sources close to the deal said.

    The proposal had initially cost $7.4 billion, and had been trimmed earlier this week to $6.2 billion.

    As for the substantive changes, there’s a real concern that reducing the cost of the package to $4.3 billion, from $7.4 billion, will undercut the amount of care available, and the number of rescue workers who’ll be eligible. It’s possible, then, that the next Congress will have to revisit this issue in the future.

    Thanks a lot, DC insiders.

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