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Trump gives more mixed signals in bipartisan health deal

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump sent more perplexing signals Wednesday about whether he backs a bipartisan Senate deal for steadying health insurance markets, saying he backs lawmakers’ efforts to strike that compromise but “can never support” federal bailouts for insurers. 788 more words

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A Healthy Dose of Skepticism

Standing on the back of a wagon filled with jars of oil that gleam a golden green in the hot sun, a man cries out to unwary passers-by. 1,037 more words

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Opinion: Bipartisan health deal won't cure what ails Obamacare

We still need to see more details, but there’s a pretty good chance the bipartisan health deal announced Tuesday by Sens. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) and Patty Murray (D-Wash.) is not going to stabilize markets as advertised. 671 more words

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Perspectives: Vox -- President Trump admits he’s trying to kill Obamacare. That’s illegal.

Here Reich’s enthusiasm for Trump’s impeachment is exaggerated. It’s a bit of a reach to think this may be grounds for impeachment, but collectively with all the other appropriate grounds for impeachment, it could be part of the collection of things that may bolster political action. 16 more words

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Expansion to Care | Innovation Bipartisan

Just a reminder that presidents on both sides have been effective at expanding access to care and health innovation.   Seeing some of the press around health legislation this week, let’s hope this administration can craft some wins, too.    8 more words

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A New Health Care Deal Is Already in Doubt After Trump Changed His Mind

(WASHINGTON) — A bipartisan Senate deal to curb the growth of health insurance premiums is reeling after President Donald Trump reversed course and opposed the agreement and top congressional Republicans and conservatives gave it a frosty reception. 784 more words

Bipartisan Deal Could Extend Healthcare Subsidies

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WASHINGTON (CBSMiami) – President Donald Trump has backed away from his initial support for a bi-partisan plan to stabilize the health insurance markets. 122 more words

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