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Here are the Republicans who forced Trump to pull the health-care bill - Washington Post;

Here are the Republicans who forced Trump to pull the health-care bill - Washington Post

Washington PostHere are the Republicans who forced Trump to pull the health-care billWashington PostHouse Republican leaders pulled their health-care reform package from consideration Friday just before the expected vote. Amid last-minute negotiations, a collection of amendments was added to the bill to coax support from both conservatives and ...and more »

The GOP's High-Risk Strategy for Health Law Repeal - New York Times;

The GOP's High-Risk Strategy for Health Law Repeal - New York Times

New York TimesThe GOP's High-Risk Strategy for Health Law RepealNew York TimesRepublican House committee leaders met with President Trump about health care on Friday at the White House. Credit Al Drago/The New York Times. WASHINGTON — President Trump and House Republicans are pressing forward with a high-risk strategy ...and more »

Find Out Where Members Of Congress Stood On The Health Care Bill - NPR;

Find Out Where Members Of Congress Stood On The Health Care Bill - NPR

NPRFind Out Where Members Of Congress Stood On The Health Care BillNPRUPDATED 3/24/2017 4:45 PM. Republican leaders in the U.S. House have pulled the American Health Care Act from the floor after failing to round up enough votes within their own caucus. Had the bill passed, Americans would have no longer been required ...and more »

Obamacare is foundering. Seize this moment to fix it. - Chicago Tribune;

Obamacare is foundering. Seize this moment to fix it. - Chicago Tribune

Chicago TribuneObamacare is foundering. Seize this moment to fix it.Chicago TribuneThe U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee pulled an all-nighter, voting to approve a Republican replacement for Obamacare after a 27-hour session. The House Ways and Means Committee session lasted 18 hours and finished with a vote around 4 ...and more »

Here's What GOP Bill Would (And Wouldn't) Change For Women's Health Care - NPR;

Here's What GOP Bill Would (And Wouldn't) Change For Women's Health Care - NPR

NPRHere's What GOP Bill Would (And Wouldn't) Change For Women's Health CareNPRThe Affordable Care Act changed women's health care in some big ways: It stopped insurance companies from charging women extra, forced insurers to cover maternity care and contraceptives and allowed many women to get those contraceptives (as well ...and more »

Pelosi says Obamacare compromise possible, if GOP reaches out - Christian Science Monitor;

Pelosi says Obamacare compromise possible, if GOP reaches out - Christian Science Monitor

Christian Science MonitorPelosi says Obamacare compromise possible, if GOP reaches outChristian Science MonitorThe House Democratic leader says at a Monitor Breakfast that if divided Republicans fail to pass their own health-care plan, she would welcome GOP overtures to amend the Affordable Care Act. Francine Kiefer. Staff writer | @kieferf. March 10, 2017 ...and more »

Trumpcare Is a Political Disaster—for Trump - The Nation.;

Trumpcare Is a Political Disaster—for Trump - The Nation.

The Nation.Trumpcare Is a Political Disaster—for TrumpThe Nation.Failure to pass a bill reveals the White House's weakness. But passing the bill will ravage Trump's base. By Joan WalshTwitter. March 10, 2017. Facebook; Twitter; Email; Print · Paul_Ryan_Walden_McCarthy_AHCA_rtr_img. Majority leader Kevin McCarthy, ...and more »

Paul Ryan's healthcare PowerPoint presentation 'fails to grasp how insurance works' - The Independent;

Paul Ryan's healthcare PowerPoint presentation 'fails to grasp how insurance works' - The Independent

The IndependentPaul Ryan's healthcare PowerPoint presentation 'fails to grasp how insurance works'The IndependentFew things appear to excite the House Speaker more than rolling up his sleeves, switching on his PowerPoint, and explaining some dry, complicated piece of proposed legislation. Yet this week, Mr Ryan found himself the subject of no small mockery and ...and more »

Under criticism, Republican congressman seeks to soften comments on Medicaid and the poor - STAT;

Under criticism, Republican congressman seeks to soften comments on Medicaid and the poor - STAT

STATUnder criticism, Republican congressman seeks to soften comments on Medicaid and the poorSTATASHINGTON — Congressman Roger Marshall of Kansas is distancing himself from comments he made recently to STAT about poor patients and their health care, which garnered considerable backlash. In a recent interview 1, discussing the Affordable Care ...and more »

The GOP's Health-Care Plan Could Strip Addiction and Mental-Health Coverage From 1.3 Million - The Nation.;

The GOP's Health-Care Plan Could Strip Addiction and Mental-Health Coverage From 1.3 Million - The Nation.

The Nation.The GOP's Health-Care Plan Could Strip Addiction and Mental-Health Coverage From 1.3 MillionThe Nation.Speaker of the House Paul Ryan talks to reporters in Washington, DC, about the GOP's health-care bill on March 8, 2017. (Reuters / Joshua Roberts). Shortly before the election, Donald Trump gave a speech in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, an area ravaged ...and more »

Women's health services face cuts in Republican bill - STAT;

Women's health services face cuts in Republican bill - STAT

STATWomen's health services face cuts in Republican billSTATSenator Patty Murray (D-Wash.) says the health care bill put forth by the House GOP is a "slap in the face" to women. Elaine Thompson/AP. Twitter · Facebook · LinkedIn · Email · Doximity · Republish; Print. W. ASHINGTON — Women seeking abortions and ...and more »

If Trump Wants To Do Better Than Obamacare, He'd Better Pay Attention To This - Forbes;

If Trump Wants To Do Better Than Obamacare, He'd Better Pay Attention To This - Forbes

ForbesIf Trump Wants To Do Better Than Obamacare, He'd Better Pay Attention To ThisForbesDonald Trump says he can improve upon the Affordable Care Act–promising to get everyone in the country “a much better healthcare plan at much lower cost.” If that's really what Trump wants to do, he should pay attention to one of the problems with ...and more »

Take the Deal on Repeal - U.S. News & World Report;

Take the Deal on Repeal - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World ReportTake the Deal on RepealU.S. News & World ReportWe all know that government-run health care has been a disaster. CNN reports that the average family plan cost $18,142 in 2016, up 3.4 percent from 2015. That's faster than both wages and inflation. Employers pay a majority of those costs and the toll ...and more »

The Biggest Criticism of Paul Ryan's Health-Care Pitch - The Atlantic;

The Biggest Criticism of Paul Ryan's Health-Care Pitch - The Atlantic

The AtlanticThe Biggest Criticism of Paul Ryan's Health-Care PitchThe AtlanticLike ​The Atlantic? Subscribe to ​The Atlantic Daily​, our free weekday email newsletter. During Paul Ryan's health-care “TED talk” on Thursday, in which the House speaker attempted to sell the public on the GOP Obamacare replacement plan through ...and more »

A Bill So Bad It's Awesome - New York Times;

A Bill So Bad It's Awesome - New York Times

New York TimesA Bill So Bad It's AwesomeNew York TimesIt has long been obvious to anyone following health policy that Republicans would never devise a workable replacement for Obamacare. But the bill unveiled this week is worse than even the cynics expected; its awfulness is almost surreal. And the ...and more »

John Kasich: End the Partisan Warfare on Health Care - New York Times;

John Kasich: End the Partisan Warfare on Health Care - New York Times

New York TimesJohn Kasich: End the Partisan Warfare on Health CareNew York TimesCOLUMBUS, Ohio — Americans are relying on leaders in Washington to fix health care, not engage in yet another unproductive partisan standoff. In 2010, one side of the political aisle in Congress, the Democrats, chose to “fix” health care unilaterally ...and more »

GOP health-care bill would drop addiction treatment mandate covering 1.3 million Americans - Washington Post;

GOP health-care bill would drop addiction treatment mandate covering 1.3 million Americans - Washington Post

Washington PostGOP health-care bill would drop addiction treatment mandate covering 1.3 million AmericansWashington PostThe Republican proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act would strip away what advocates say is essential coverage for drug addiction treatment as the number of people dying from opiate overdoses is skyrocketing nationwide. Beginning in 2020, the ...and more »

Many of California's Republican members of Congress are saying very little about their party's healthcare bill - Los Angeles Times;

Many of California's Republican members of Congress are saying very little about their party's healthcare bill - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesMany of California's Republican members of Congress are saying very little about their party's healthcare billLos Angeles TimesMany of California's congressional Republicans represent districts with a large number of people who have insurance under Obamacare, and they're taking a cautious approach to the House Republican plan to replace the healthcare law. A proposed ...and more »

He might not call it 'Trumpcare,' but the president will probably own any Obamacare replacement - Los Angeles Times;

He might not call it 'Trumpcare,' but the president will probably own any Obamacare replacement - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesHe might not call it 'Trumpcare,' but the president will probably own any Obamacare replacementLos Angeles TimesConservative critics launching daggers at the Republican healthcare bill emerged confidently from the White House this week, insisting President Trump was heeding their concerns. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz — a sometime rival — dined at Trump's private ...and more »

Stop calling our health care pyramid scheme 'insurance' - Chicago Tribune;

Stop calling our health care pyramid scheme 'insurance' - Chicago Tribune

Chicago TribuneStop calling our health care pyramid scheme 'insurance'Chicago TribuneHouse Speaker Paul Ryan talks about the Republican plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act and replace it with the American Health Care Act in Washington on Thursday, March 9, 2017. (Michael Reynolds / EPA). Eric ZornContact ReporterChange of Subject.and more »