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Rubio: We're not Going to Pass Health Bill in Senate - AppsforPCdaily;

Rubio: We're not Going to Pass Health Bill in Senate - AppsforPCdaily

AppsforPCdailyRubio: We're not Going to Pass Health Bill in SenateAppsforPCdailyOn May 24, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) projected that the amended American Health Care Act (AHCA), which narrowly passed the U.S. House on May 4, would result in 23 million Americans losing their health insurance by 2026 as compared with ...and more »

Capito cautious of US House health care bill - Normangee Star

Capito cautious of US House health care billNormangee StarLosing the lifesaving coverage provided by the Affordable Care Act would be a death sentence for thousands of Americans. Making this such a crucial debate for the GOP is the fact that 20 Republican senators hail from states that expanded Medicaid, ...and more »

President Trump Could Kill Obamacare With 1 Simple Action - Madison.com;

President Trump Could Kill Obamacare With 1 Simple Action - Madison.com

Madison.comPresident Trump Could Kill Obamacare With 1 Simple ActionMadison.comIt was assumed that once Donald Trump won the Nov. 8 election to become the next president of the United States, the Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, would soon be no more. Trump campaigned tirelessly on repealing and replacing ...and more »

Congressman Responds To New Republican Health Plan - AppsforPCdaily;

Congressman Responds To New Republican Health Plan - AppsforPCdaily

AppsforPCdailyCongressman Responds To New Republican Health PlanAppsforPCdailyLamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) and Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), have already begun drafting the Senate's healthcare bill, Politico reported. Senate Republicans, under Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's leadership, have been tackling healthcare reform in small ...and more »

DC Week: CBO Still Sees Surge in Uninsured with AHCA - MedPage Today;

DC Week: CBO Still Sees Surge in Uninsured with AHCA - MedPage Today

MedPage TodayDC Week: CBO Still Sees Surge in Uninsured with AHCAMedPage TodayWASHINGTON -- The numbers on the estimated impact of the GOP-led House's repeal-and-replace bill are out and they aren't pretty. CBO on Trumpcare: 14 Million More Uninsured in 2018. The long awaited Congressional Budget Office (CBO) scoring of the ...and more »

Senate To Start Drafting Health Care Bill Over Upcoming Recess - Normangee Star;

Senate To Start Drafting Health Care Bill Over Upcoming Recess - Normangee Star

Normangee StarSenate To Start Drafting Health Care Bill Over Upcoming RecessNormangee Star“This report ought to be the final nail in the coffin of the Republican effort to sabotage our health care system”. Keeping former President Barack Obama's health care law is “completely unacceptable and totally unsustainable”, the Senate's top ...and more »

Democrats use CBO report to attack Republicans' health care bill - ClickLancashire

Democrats use CBO report to attack Republicans' health care billClickLancashireWith "Obamacare", Democrats set out to get more people insured, but they also wanted to bolster the underlying coverage. The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) "strongly opposes" the bill, narrowly passed in the House several weeks ago.and more »

Watchdog: '23 million to lose health coverage under GOP health bill' - Normangee Star

Watchdog: '23 million to lose health coverage under GOP health bill'Normangee StarThe bill still has to pass the Senate, which is expected to make changes to the House's version or write its own bill. Other now-mandatory coverage could also become optional, such as newborn care, preventative health services such as checkups and ...and more »

Three Strategies to Defend GOP Health Bill: Euphemisms, False Statements, and Deleted Comments - Common Dreams;

Three Strategies to Defend GOP Health Bill: Euphemisms, False Statements, and Deleted Comments - Common Dreams

Common DreamsThree Strategies to Defend GOP Health Bill: Euphemisms, False Statements, and Deleted CommentsCommon DreamsSince the passage of the American Health Care Act, Republican members of Congress have tried to swing public opinion to their side. ProPublica has been tracking what they're saying. by. Charles Ornstein. 0. Tweet. 0. Share. 0. Share. 0. Share. 0. Pin. 0.and more »

Trump's sabotage of Obamacare is going to cost us all - Daily Kos;

Trump's sabotage of Obamacare is going to cost us all - Daily Kos

Daily KosTrump's sabotage of Obamacare is going to cost us allDaily KosIn the midst of an extremely busy healthcare-policy week—Trumpcare and the CBO, the Trump regime's decision to punt on cost-sharing reduction payments to insurers—there was some very bad Obamacare news. Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina ...and more »

Health care bill: Premiums may decline, but many will pay more - Normangee Star;

Health care bill: Premiums may decline, but many will pay more - Normangee Star

Normangee StarHealth care bill: Premiums may decline, but many will pay moreNormangee StarAfter the Congressional Budget Office on Wednesday released its long-awaited score on the Republican health care plan that passed the House of Representatives on May 4, KQED gathered reaction from California's congressional caucus on the analysis.and more »

Analyst: Proposed cuts to leave children without care under American Health Care Act - Glens Falls Post-Star

Analyst: Proposed cuts to leave children without care under American Health Care ActGlens Falls Post-StarLocal children covered by the Children's Health Insurance Program and Medicaid are at risk of losing health insurance coverage, according to Ben Anderson, a health policy analyst for New York's Children's Defense Fund. Referring to more than $14 ...and more »

Patient, Doctor Groups Say New CBO Score Reveals Health Bill's Flaws - AppsforPCdaily

Patient, Doctor Groups Say New CBO Score Reveals Health Bill's FlawsAppsforPCdailyThus AHCA's Medicaid provisions account for a majority of the 23 million people expected to lose health insurance, and the biggest counterweight to the bill's tax cuts and tax-credit reductions, making its $119 billion in deficit reduction possible.and more »

CBO gives a brutal diagnosis of GOP's health plan - Myrtle Beach Sun News

CBO gives a brutal diagnosis of GOP's health planMyrtle Beach Sun NewsA point of clarification for Republican members of Congress who voted for their party's health reform plan: When you vowed on the campaign trail to repeal the Affordable Care Act, the expectation was that the replacement plan would improve upon former ...and more »

Senate GOP's Dislike of AHCA Worsened by CBO Score - ClickLancashire;

Senate GOP's Dislike of AHCA Worsened by CBO Score - ClickLancashire

ClickLancashireSenate GOP's Dislike of AHCA Worsened by CBO ScoreClickLancashire"It's informative to know the estimated impact of the House health care bill, but the Senate is writing its own bill, which will receive its own score from the Congressional Budget Office before the Senate votes", Alexander said. He said there is still ...and more »

Beyond the CBO score: How the Trump budget and the AHCA would dismantle America's safety net - Raw Story;

Beyond the CBO score: How the Trump budget and the AHCA would dismantle America's safety net - Raw Story

Raw StoryBeyond the CBO score: How the Trump budget and the AHCA would dismantle America's safety netRaw StoryThe Congressional Budget Office (CBO) on May 24 released its long-awaited analysis of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) passed by the House of Representatives three weeks ago. The Conversation. ADVERTISING. inRead invented by Teads.and more »

Robert Reich: Will the Senate Put 23 Million Americans at Risk? - Yahoo News UK;

Robert Reich: Will the Senate Put 23 Million Americans at Risk? - Yahoo News UK

Yahoo News UKRobert Reich: Will the Senate Put 23 Million Americans at Risk?Yahoo News UKVery soon Senate Republicans will have to decide what to do about Trumpcare. Their choice is severely limited. The Congressional Budget Office has made it crystal clear that the House version of Trumpcare will cause 23 million Americans to lose their ...and more »

Why Republicans are so bad at health care - Washington Post;

Why Republicans are so bad at health care - Washington Post

Washington PostWhy Republicans are so bad at health careWashington PostRepublicans have had seven years to figure out how they want to replace Obamacare, and this is what they've come up with: a plan that, according to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, would lead to 23 million more people not having insurance ...and more »

Medicaid Expansion Takes Center Stage in Senate Health Care Debate - ClickLancashire;

Medicaid Expansion Takes Center Stage in Senate Health Care Debate - ClickLancashire

ClickLancashireMedicaid Expansion Takes Center Stage in Senate Health Care DebateClickLancashireThe Republicans hold a slim majority in the Senate of 52 to 48, and they'll need at least a majority vote to pass the bill under budget reconciliation guidelines. Bost, who voted for the AHCA, said that when it comes to health care, the country has two ...and more »

Low-income patients report better care and health under Obamacare - AppsforPCdaily;

Low-income patients report better care and health under Obamacare - AppsforPCdaily

AppsforPCdailyLow-income patients report better care and health under ObamacareAppsforPCdailyIt's also important to remember that the health-care plans in the ACA and the AHCA are not necessarily comparable. Critics of the House bill argue that if states were able to obtain a waiver, millions of Americans who get health insurance through ...and more »