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GOP senator eyes ban on states’ single-payer systems
The Hill • Mallory Shelbourne
The Hill's Whip List: Republicans try again on ObamaCare repeal
The Hill • The Hill Staff
Schumer: 'Grossly Irresponsible' To Vote On O'Care Repeal Without CBO Score
Talking Points Memo • Nicole Lafond
McConnell: New ObamaCare repeal bill has 'great deal of support'
The Hill • Jordain Carney
Congress must act on public health and community as the fiscal cliff approaches
The Hill • Karen Bass, Louise Mccarthy, Opinion Contributors
Sen. Johnson: We are ‘certainly getting close’ on ObamaCare repeal
The Hill • Olivia Beavers
Different Takes: A Repeal-Replace Redux?; Time To Take Graham-Cassidy’s ‘Zombie’ Bill Seriously
Kaiser Health News
Why the GOP just can't quit its ObamaCare suicide mission
The Week • David Faris
Republicans' last tilt at ObamaCare
The Week • Matthew Walther
Editorial: The Republican Health Care Zombie Is Back
The New York Times • The Editorial Board
 
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GOP senator eyes ban on states’ single-payer systems
The HillMallory Shelbourne
Republican Sen. John Kennedy (La.) is reportedly eyeing a ban on state single-payer health care systems in the new GOP ObamaCare repeal bill. "I think a single-payer system is a bad idea," the senator said Monday in comments reported by The Washington...
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The Hill's Whip List: Republicans try again on ObamaCare repeal
The HillThe Hill Staff
Momentum is building on a last-ditch effort to repeal and replace ObamaCare in the Senate. Republicans need 50 votes to pass legislation from Sens. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) that would repeal much of the law and provide block grants...
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Schumer: 'Grossly Irresponsible' To Vote On O'Care Repeal Without CBO Score
Talking Points MemoNicole Lafond
Speaking from the Senate floor Tuesday, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) blasted his Republican colleagues’ latest effort to rush an Obamacare repeal and replace bill through the Senate, especially before the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has a chance to make projections on the...
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McConnell: New ObamaCare repeal bill has 'great deal of support'
The HillJordain Carney
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said on Tuesday that the most recent bill to repeal and replace ObamaCare is "intriguing" as his caucus mulls bringing it up for a vote next week. "It's an intriguing idea and one that has a...
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Congress must act on public health and community as the fiscal cliff approaches
The HillKaren Bass, Louise Mccarthy, Opinion Contributors
Each August we celebrate National Health Center Week and acknowledge community health centers as the key to healthier communities. Each September, Congress re-enters an annual—increasingly partisan—dance to figure out how to fund the government. This month, Congress must take direct action to...
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Sen. Johnson: We are ‘certainly getting close’ on ObamaCare repeal
The HillOlivia Beavers
GOP Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.) is optimistic that the Graham-Cassidy ObamaCare repeal bill can gain enough traction among Senate lawmakers to pass in the upper chamber. "We're certainly getting close [to 50 votes]," Johnson said Tuesday on CNN's "New Day." "I would...
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Different Takes: A Repeal-Replace Redux?; Time To Take Graham-Cassidy’s ‘Zombie’ Bill Seriously
Kaiser Health News
Editorial pages across the country are analyzing recent developments in the congressional GOP's ongoing repeal-and-replace effort and taking notice of the latest -- what some say is the last-ditch -- measure to undo the Affordable Care Act.
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Why the GOP just can't quit its ObamaCare suicide mission
The WeekDavid Faris
Illustration by Lauren Hansen | Images courtesy Orlando Florin Rosu / Alamy Stock Photo, iStock In the beloved 1993 comedy Groundhog Day, Bill Murray's weatherman is stuck in an endless time loop where he lives the same banal day over and over...
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Republicans' last tilt at ObamaCare
The WeekMatthew Walther
There are any number of things Republicans in Congress could be doing with the last golden days of summer. They could be eating what remains of the Iowa sweet corn and grilling brats. They could be taking in ballgames or enjoying drinks...
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Editorial: The Republican Health Care Zombie Is Back
The New York TimesThe Editorial Board
Republican lawmakers have wasted much of the year trying to repeal the Affordable Care Act, a move that would deprive millions of people of health insurance. They’re back at it. Like a bad sequel to a terrible movie, a proposal whose main...
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