Getting a new version of the bill through the Senate won't be easy, however. One way is to find common ground with the few Senate Republicans who've shown an interest in a comprehensive reform bill, such as Maine's Olympia J. Snowe. Although she supported the Senate Finance Committee's version of the bill, she voted against the version that reached the floor out of concern about the cost to small businesses and individual policyholders. But winning the vote of Snowe and other GOP moderates is a long shot. In fact, some Democratic senators who supported the bill in December may not be eager to vote for it again, given Tuesday's election results.