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Letting States Decide Health Coverage Could Make It Harder To Buy
NPR
A last-minute attempt by conservative Republicans to dump standards for health benefits in plans sold to individuals would probably lower the average person's upfront insurance costs, such as premiums and deductibles, say analysts on both sides of the ...
Essential Health Benefits and why they matterCNN
Why No GOP Health Care Bill Will Ever Be Really PopularNational Review
The Democrats' Next Move on Health CareNew York Times
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Chicago Tribune

GOP lawmakers: House short on votes to pass health care bill
Chicago Tribune
Earlier in the day, Republicans muscled their capstone health care overhaul past an initial barrier and toward a climactic roll call Friday, plunging ahead despite uncertainty over whether they had the votes to prevail in what loomed as a monumental ...
GOP health-care bill: Ryan visits White House to say he lacks support for health-care billWashington Post
GOP source: Ryan telling Trump they don't have votes on health careCNN
Health care bill debate and vote: What happens nowCNN International
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NPR

GOP Resurrects A Bill From 2003 To Help Small Firms Buy Health Insurance
NPR
In a bid to improve the health insurance purchasing clout of small businesses, Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives dusted off a piece of controversial legislation more than a decade old and passed it this week as part of their effort to ...
Health Rules Targeted by GOP Could Upset US Insurance MarketsBloomberg

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The New Yorker

What the GOP Doesn't Get About Who Pays for Health Care
The New Yorker
I've been thinking about that conversation this week, as President Trump has cajoled and muscled House Republicans in an attempt to get the votes to pass the American Health Care Act, the Paul Ryan-produced bill that was meant to fulfill Trump's ...



CBS News

Mulvaney says if you're worried about health care cuts, change your state
CBS News
Mick Mulvaney, President Donald Trump's budget director, said Friday on “CBS This Morning” that Americans worried about cuts to essential services in the GOP health care bill should worry about fixing things at the state level. Mulvaney said the GOP ...

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CNBC

Don't expect a Seinfeld yada-yada-it-becomes-law scenario if GOP health bill advances, AEI warns
CNBC
Senate Republicans, like their House counterparts, are just about as divided on the Republican American Health Care Act, Ippolito said. He noted that conservative Sens. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul, both of whom ran for the 2016 GOP presidential nomination, ...



Bloomberg

The Markets Don't Care About Health Care as Long as They Get Their Tax Cut
Bloomberg
For the stock market, the drawn out effort to pass the health-care bill may not matter after all. Regardless of whether Republicans can push the bill through, pro-growth and economic policies appear to be next on the agenda. If so, markets win either ...

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CNBC

The health-care vote could set up a 'fantastic rest of the year' for markets: JPM
CNBC
Friday's highly anticipated health-care vote could drive markets on another leg up, says one JPMorgan strategist. David Lyon, global investment specialist at JPMorgan, believes that investors' focus on corporate earnings and economic growth has given ...



Washington Post

This is the problem with delaying a vote on Republicans' health-care bill
Washington Post
Last week, Republicans' health-care repeal hopes took a brutal hit: The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office predicted their plan would cause 14 million more people to be uninsured as soon as next year, and 26 million over the next decade. This week ...
American Health Care Act - Congressional Budget OfficeCongressional Budget Office

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Today.com

Health care push was 'rookie error' by Trump, Chuck Todd says
Today.com
Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd joins TODAY to discuss the push to pass the Republican health care plan. He says that President Trump isn't as committed to repealing and replacing Obamacare as Republicans have been, and adds that Trump ...


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