In just a matter of hours, the Senate Finance Committee will vote on an $829 billion health care reform plan.
There's no government-run insurance option in this one, but supporters say it would extend coverage to 94 percent of Americans, and prevent insurance companies from discriminating against people with pre-existing conditions.
The other big promise – this plan wouldn't add a dime to the federal deficit.
Finance Committee Chairman Senator Max Baucus says he has the votes to pass it, but this morning there's a new snag: an eleventh hour attack by the insurance industry, which claims this plan could saddle American families with huge, new expenses. CNN's Jim Acosta reports.