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  • Senate Takes Major Step Toward Repealing Health Care Law - New York Times

    Senate Takes Major Step Toward Repealing Health Care Law - New York Times;

    Senator Mitch McConnell, Republican of Kentucky and the majority leader, heading to the floor during a marathon session of votes on Wednesday. Republican leaders say they will work closely with President-elect Donald J. Trump to develop legislation to ...and more »

  • Donald Trump's Medical Delusions - New York Times

    Donald Trump's Medical Delusions - New York Times;

    The Justice Department's inspector general is now investigating the way the F.B.I. director conveyed the false impression of an emerging Clinton scandal just days before the election, even as he said nothing about ongoing investigations into Russian ...and more »

  • Will Trumpcare replace Obamacare? - BBC News

    Will Trumpcare replace Obamacare? - BBC News;

    US House Republicans have revealed their plan to replace President Barack Obama's healthcare law. The American Health Care Act would eliminate the current law's mandate requiring Americans to have health insurance and instead focuses on new tax ...and more »

  • What doctors think about the Affordable Care Act - CNN

    What doctors think about the Affordable Care Act - CNN;

    (CNN) It's hard to keep up with Atlanta urologist Brian Hill. He spends his 14-hour days moving quickly between the waiting room -- "Hi, I'm Brian, nice to meet you" -- the operating room -- "We all good here?" -- and the recovery area, where a typical ...and more »

  • Obamacare Repeal: What Happens to Birth Control Coverage? - Money Magazine

    Obamacare Repeal: What Happens to Birth Control Coverage? - Money Magazine;

    It's looking like women may have to go back to paying out-of-pocket for contraception if Obamacare gets gutted. Senate Republicans took the first step toward repealing the Affordable Care Act during Thursday's "vote-a-rama" -- and while voting on a ...and more »

  • Why Trump's Obamacare Promise Will Be So Hard to Keep - New York Times

    Why Trump's Obamacare Promise Will Be So Hard to Keep - New York Times;

    As a candidate back in July 2015, Donald J. Trump promised that he would repeal Obamacare and replace it with “something terrific.” The Senate voted, 51 to 48, on Thursday morning for a measure setting Congress on the path toward repealing President ...and more »

  • Anxious lawmakers to GOP leaders: What's the plan to replace Obamacare? - Washington Post

    Anxious lawmakers to GOP leaders: What's the plan to replace Obamacare? - Washington Post;

    House Republican leaders attempted to quell concerns of a skittish rank and file before a key vote Friday to begin unwinding the Affordable Care Act. The assurances came after lawmakers across the GOP's ideological divides sounded anxious notes this ...and more »

  • Man who says he 'would be dead' without Obamacare confronts Paul Ryan on the law's repeal - Yahoo Finance

    Man who says he 'would be dead' without Obamacare confronts Paul Ryan on the law's repeal - Yahoo Finance;

    Jeff Jeans, a cancer survivor who owns a small business in Arizona, confronted House Speaker Paul Ryan during a CNN town-hall event on Thursday night over the future of the Affordable Care Act, the healthcare law better known as Obamacare. Jeans said ...and more »

  • Senate Takes First Step To Repeal Obamacare — So What's Next? - NPR

    Senate Takes First Step To Repeal Obamacare — So What's Next? - NPR;

    At about 1:30 a.m. on Thursday, Republicans moved one step closer to repealing a law they have railed against since the moment it was passed nearly seven years ago. By a final vote of 51-48, the Senate approved a budget resolution that sets the stage ...and more »

  • TRUMP: We are 'doing the Democrats a great service' by repealing and replacing Obamacare - Business Insider

    TRUMP: We are 'doing the Democrats a great service' by repealing and replacing Obamacare - Business Insider;

    President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday laid out a timeline for the repeal and replace of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), better known as Obamacare, in his first press conference since he was elected, arguing that Republicans are helping Democrats by ...and more »