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Obamacare: Are All Bets Off For 2018 Open Enrollment?

By D. Kenton Henry, Editor, Broker, Agent

Last evening I began to receive texts and messages inquiring how President Trump’s executive order (EO) on Thursday, October 12th, would impact both the near and long-term future of Obamacare. 3,068 more words

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Donald Trump's attack on Obamacare is inspiring quick and fierce criticism

The White House has confirmed that Donald Trump intends to scrap a critical Obamacare subsidy. In his most dramatic action yet against the Affordable Care Act, the US president… 605 more words

Sen. Collins Says She Will Probably Vote ‘No’ on Latest GOP Health-Care Bill

‘It’s very difficult for me to imagine a scenario where I would end up voting for this bill”

By Louise Radnofsky and Ted Mann
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Republicans Have a Bill to Repeal Obamacare. They Don't Know Exactly What It Will Do

Senate Republicans have just days to pass a bill that would repeal major chunks of the Affordable Care Act, scale back federal spending on health care and… 992 more words

HuffPost Morning Email: September 21st, 2017

HuffPost Morning Email: September 21st, 2017, The Obamacare repeal comes down to these three senators.

By Lauren Weber

Thursday, September 21

THE OBAMACARE REPEAL WILL COME DOWN TO THESE THREE SENATORS ONCE MORE 

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Stevieslaw: A Perfect Plan

Stevieslaw: A Perfect Plan

Republicans in the Senate are rallying around the Graham-Cassidy bill to repeal and replace Obamacare for good reason. The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office, whose estimates have been a wet blanket for the other Republican repeal and replace plans, have announced that some estimates of the influence of this new plan will not be available before the anticipated vote. 143 more words

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