House members worry about the - what they term insufficient - level of federal subsidies the Senate version would offer the uninsured and an excise tax on so-called "Cadillac" insurance policies.
Shares of the Chinese packaging manufacturer rose as much as 15% Wednesday, clawing back most of the ground lost the previous day after S&P's withdrew its BB long-term corporate credit rating for Nine Dragons and its BB- issue rating on the company's outstanding senior unsecured notes because of what it called "insufficient access" to company management.
Republicans voting against the billâ€”which is needed to fund government operations starting Oct. 1â€”demanded less spending, while most Democrats were upset at what they called insufficient disaster aid in the measure.
Purdue University has dropped its bid to build an applied-science campus in New York City, citing what it calls insufficient financial backing from the city.
It was his 2005 executive order that led to the California law promising a big emissions cut, and he has frequently criticized what he calls insufficient action by the White House to curb emissions.