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CBO Challenges GOP Support for Health Care Bill

A growing number of senate Republicans are voicing their doubts about the GOP's health care bill after Monday's CBO report was issued.

Washinton Post /
Imminent CBO report could prove pivotal for Senate Republicans’ health-care bill

Estimates of bill’s impact on uninsured numbers, federal deficit could help or hinder GOP leaders’ goal of a vote this week.

Washinton Post /
‘Coverage Gap’ For Poor May End, But Many Will Still Have Trouble Affording Plans

Having long decried the failings of the Affordable Care Act, Senate Republicans are purporting to fix one of its loopholes with their newly unveiled ...

Washinton Post /
Kellyanne Conway and the GOP are peddling alternative facts on their health-care bill

Kellyanne Conway and the Republicans aren't selling a conservative approach to health care; they're pretending it doesn't cut anything.

Washinton Post /
Yes, there's a real chance Senate Republicans fail to pass a health-care bill

Opposition — much of it irreconcilable — is growing by the day.

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Fox News /
Senate health bill would lower deficit, increase number of uninsured, estimate says

Senate Republicans’ health care bill would reduce the federal deficit and eventually lead to lower premiums, but would result in millions more Americans being uninsured a decade from now, according to a fresh analysis from Capitol Hill’s nonpartisan ...

Fox News /
Facing Obamacare Repeal, A Sturdy ETF Idea

U.S. Senate Republicans unveiled legislation last week that seeks to replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare. While controversial, the new Republican healthcare effort did not derail healthcare stocks and exchange traded funds. In fact, many healthcare ETFs jumped last week with plenty hitting record highs. Among the most ...

CNN /
As the health care vote looms, Trump's tweets mostly look elsewhere

If President Trump's Twitter feed is the the most direct window into his brain, he is spending more time focused on the various Russia investigations, Hillary Clinton and Democratic Party politics than the health care bill Senate Republicans are planning to vote on this week.

The Guardian /
22 million Americans would lose health coverage under Senate bill, CBO finds

Republicans’ draft bill improves slightly on projections over next decade compared to similar legislation passed by House counterpartsTwenty-two ...

Huffington /
Sen. Susan Collins Comes Out Against Health Care Bill

Her announcement is a significant blow to Senate Republicans.

MSNBC /
Older Americans slapped with 'age tax' in GOP health-care bill: AARP

Older Americans are being unfairly targeted in the Republicans’ health-care bill, AARP's David Certner told CNBC.

NY Times /
Senate Republicans Revise Health Bill to Penalize Uninsured

Scrambling to complete their bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act, Republicans decided to impose a six-month waiting period on people who let their insurance lapse.

Fox News /
Senate health care bill would lower deficit, increase number of uninsured, estimate says

Senate Republicans’ health care bill would reduce the federal deficit and eventually lead to lower premiums, but would result in millions more Americans being uninsured a decade from now, according to a fresh analysis from Capitol Hill’s nonpartisan budget scorekeepers.

MSNBC /
Op-Ed: How Democrats and Republicans can actually make a deal on health care

Here are three health-care bill issues where Democrats and Republicans could actually make a deal, says Jake Novak.

BuzzFeed /
Mitch McConnell Was Unhappy With Pro-Trump Group's Attacks On Nevada Republican

Sen. Dean Heller David Calvert / Getty Images Tense conversations between members of Senate Majority ...

NBC /
Senate GOP Adds Penalty for Uninsured to Health Care Bill

Senate Republicans updated their health bill with a major provision that requires people to maintain coverage or become barred from insurance for six ...

Reuters /
Senate Republican healthcare bill would cause 22 million to lose insurance

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Twenty-two million Americans would lose insurance over the next decade under the healthcare bill drafted by U.S. Senate Republicans, a nonpartisan office said on Monday, an assessment that will likely make it more difficult for the already-fraught legislation to win support for speedy passage.

Time /
Senate Republicans Issue Revised Version of Health Care Bill

The new version includes a a penalty for people who let their insurance lapse

Fox News /
Trump travel ban: GOP lawmakers want Ruth Bader Ginsburg to recuse herself from case

Twelve House Republicans signed a letter calling for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to recuse herself from the upcoming travel ban case due to her comments about President Trump during the election.

CNN /
Senate bill: New version unveiled, Cornyn closes 'the door' on extending date to vote

It's this week -- or bust -- for the Senate health care bill, as Republicans work to release a new version Monday.

MSNBC /
US Senate Republicans to issue revised health-care bill: Senate aide

U.S. Senate Republicans are expected to issue a revised version of their health-care bill on Monday.

Reuters /
Twenty-two million Americans would lose health coverage under Senate bill: CBO

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Twenty-two million Americans would lose their health insurance coverage over the next decade under draft legislation unveiled ...

Huffington /
22 Million More Uninsured Under Senate GOP Health Care Bill, CBO Reports

Senate Republicans want to pass this legislation this week.

The Wall Street Journal /
Why Didn't ObamaCare Make Us Healthier?

Bernie Sanders inadvertently raises a critical question as Republicans pursue reform.

MSNBC /
Op-Ed: Why Republicans need to keep railing against Obamacare

Republicans could suffer mid-term losses if they fail to keep Obamacare campaign promises, writes John Fund.

Marketwatch /
Key Words: Rand Paul would prefer a Senate health bill that repeals Obamacare

Sen. Rand Paul, the libertarian-leaning Republican from Tennessee, is, at this point, opposed to the Mitch McConnell working group’s, telling MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” program that he’d prefer legislation that repeals President Obama’s signature ...

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