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Centene Corp. Bets On Obamacare, And Says It’s Paying Off
Kaiser Health News
Senate embarks on new round of voting to peel back Affordable Care Act
Washington Post • Kelsey Snell
The cynical soullessness of the Senate GOP
The Week • David Faris
Insuring Everyone Should Be a Republican Goal
Bloomberg • Michael R. Strain
‘The Daily’: On the Senate Floor
The New York Times • Michael Barbaro
Mitch McConnell just wants to pass something
The Week • Matthew Walther
Rural Californians Want Price Relief From GOP Health Bill, But Unlikely To Get It
Washington Post • April Dembosky, Kaiser Health News, Kqed
Trevor Noah tries to explain just how crazy and reckless the Senate GOP's DIY health-care legislating really is
The Week
First GOP Health Bill Fails, But the Senate’s Push to Destroy Obamacare Continues
New York Magazine • Margaret Hartmann
Senate GOP Fails to Pass Latest Repeal and Replace Bill. Now the Clock Is Ticking Towards “Skinny Repeal.”
Slate • Elliot Hannon
 
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Affordable Care Act, Economic Policy
Centene Corp. Bets On Obamacare, And Says It’s Paying Off
Kaiser Health News
One of the biggest insurers participating in the Affordable Care Act's marketplaces urged the federal government to preserve cost-sharing payments for its low-income consumers and reported a better-than-expected, second-quarter performance. Bloomberg: One Insurer Is Making Obamacare Work Just hours before Senate Republicans...
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Affordable Care Act, Elections & Polls
Senate embarks on new round of voting to peel back Affordable Care Act
Washington PostKelsey Snell
The end game appears to be passing some kind of measure to set up negotiations with the House.
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Affordable Care Act, Barack Obama
The cynical soullessness of the Senate GOP
The WeekDavid Faris
On Tuesday, Senate Republicans voted narrowly to proceed with debate on their heartless, mindless effort to repeal and/or replace and/or blue sky some ideas about destroying ObamaCare, despite not knowing which care-gutting bill they would actually be debating. Nothing captures the essence...
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Affordable Care Act, Barack Obama
Insuring Everyone Should Be a Republican Goal
BloombergMichael R. Strain
The party needs a positive alternative to Obamacare.
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Affordable Care Act, Barack Obama
‘The Daily’: On the Senate Floor
The New York TimesMichael Barbaro
Listen and subscribe to our podcast from your mobile device: On iPhone or iPad | On Android via RadioPublic | Via Stitcher It’s Tuesday afternoon in the United States Senate. Ever since the election, Senate Republicans have been fighting to repeal the...
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Mitch McConnell just wants to pass something
The WeekMatthew Walther
Is there any health-care bill that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell would not pass at this point? What would have to be in the text for him to say no to any prospective piece of legislation that he thinks could get 50...
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Affordable Care Act, Barack Obama
Rural Californians Want Price Relief From GOP Health Bill, But Unlikely To Get It
Washington PostApril Dembosky, Kaiser Health News, Kqed
Aaron Albaugh peered out from under the brim of his cowboy hat, surveying the acres of hayfields in front of him. The fourth-generation rancher has raised about 450 cattle this year, in this remote co...
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Affordable Care Act, Barack Obama
Trevor Noah tries to explain just how crazy and reckless the Senate GOP's DIY health-care legislating really is
The Week
President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell managed to bring TrumpCare back from the dead, getting 50 Republicans senators and Vice President Mike Pence to agree to start debate on... well, some sort of health-care bill, Trevor Noah marveled on Tuesday's...
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First GOP Health Bill Fails, But the Senate’s Push to Destroy Obamacare Continues
New York MagazineMargaret Hartmann
The Better Care Reconciliation Act – the Obamacare replacement plan Majority Leader Mitch McConnell crafted in secret – was essentially voted down in the Senate late on Tuesday night. Fifty-seven senators opposed the bill, including nine Republicans, and some of the votes...
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Senate GOP Fails to Pass Latest Repeal and Replace Bill. Now the Clock Is Ticking Towards “Skinny Repeal.”
SlateElliot Hannon
AFP/Getty Images Hours after narrowly voting to begin debating repeal of significant portions of Obamacare, the Senate voted down a Republican-backed overhaul of the health care system Tuesday night. The Better Care Reconciliation Act, with amendments by Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) and...
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