"I would vote for it," she said. "Let's work on the other issues. The issues I have concerns about was the S corp and retroactive tax increases, and paying for FMAP with stimulus."
Senate leaders apparently agreed to make those changes. However, on Wednesday night, Snowe requested to see the legislative changes in writing, which never happened.
"Next thing I know, we got a call from the Chairman's [Baucus] staff saying, 'sorry, there were members of their Caucus who would not accept removing the retroactivity provision and they wanted the S corp provision reinserted," Snowe said. "So that's where it was left. That's the story."
Crossposted from On The Money.