There's talk about possibly jamming through the US House the Senate health care bill. That way it doesn't need to be brought up in the Senate again. But with the strong repudiation of the push for the health care bill evidenced by the upset win of Republican Scott Brown in the Massachusetts Senate race, I think it's unlikely.
Not only because Democrats are skittish on the bill in general but also because it contains funding for abortion and that will only increase opposition. Democrat Congressman Bart Stupak says 10 to 12 Democrats who voted for the House bill have said they will vote against a bill coming from the Senate if it pays for abortions. That's just what the Senate bill does.
Though some democrats deny the Senate bill does cover abortion, I think this is disingenuous at best. In fact very liberal Senator Barbara Boxer of California said the bill does cover abortion. She is reported by the McClatchy News Service as saying it's only an ‘accounting procedure’ that will not restrict abortion coverage.