[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2009/POLITICS/10/07/health.care/art.gop.senators.gi.jpg caption="From left: Sens. Michael Crapo, Jim Bunning, Jim DeMint and David Vitter discuss the resolution Wednesday."]
WASHINGTON (CNN) - Conservative Senate Republicans added another firecracker to the politically explosive health debate Wednesday, introducing a resolution requiring all bills to be made public at least 72 hours before being brought to a vote.
The White House, meanwhile, continued to woo Republican moderates with the help of several current and former GOP officeholders who recently broke with their party's leadership and endorsed the Democratic-led reform effort.
The latest posturing took place as Capitol Hill braced for a long-awaited non-partisan analysis of the tax and spending provisions in a key congressional committee's health care legislation.
The Republican resolution - which would require cost estimates for each bill from the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office - is designed to prevent what party leaders fear will be Democratic attempts to eventually ram redrafted legislation through Congress with little or no debate.