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Perspectives: The Cassidy-Graham bill probably won’t become law

The good news is that the Graham-Cassidy proposal looks like it lacks the support to pass. And it is unpopular with the broader electorate.

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Opinion

Keller: Latest GOP Obamacare Repeal Effort In Jeopardy

BOSTON (CBS) — As we head into the weekend, it looks like the last-gasp Republican effort to repeal Obamacare is in big trouble.

With every Democrat set to vote no on the so-called Graham-Cassidy bill that would trash Obamacare, throw billions of dollars to the states and let them rebuild their healthcare systems from scratch, the GOP needs at least 50 of the 52 Republican senators to vote yes. 440 more words

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Maine Sen. Collins Leaning Against GOP Health Care Plan Despite Pressure

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Republican Sen. Susan Collins says she’s “leaning against” a Republican proposal to eliminate the Affordable Care Act, despite new pressure from Maine GOP Gov. 182 more words

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THE RED COUNTY CAUCUS URGES SUPPORT OF GRAHAM-CASSIDY

THE RED COUNTY CAUCUS URGES SUPPORT OF GRAHAM-CASSIDY

In 2008, a small rural county in Maine gained national notoriety as being the only county in all of New England to vote against Barack Obama and stay red. 539 more words

Politics

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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The Last Cynical Gasp of the Republican Senate

Alan Zendell, September 19, 2017

I hate to cast this in terms of Democrats versus Republicans, but the Senate Republicans have set it up that way. 806 more words

Articles

Kill Bill

On September 30, the budget reconciliation process ends. This means the GOP will no longer have the ability to pass an Obamacare repeal and replace plan on only 51 votes (requiring zero Democratic support in Congress). 866 more words

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