Health care groups oppose GOP bill

Posted September 25, 2017

In regards to her comments earlier this week that she would "not rule out" questioning the results of the election, she clarified, "Nobody is talking about contesting the election, including me". When asked if she believed Russia's efforts were a personal attack on her, she said she doesn't take it personally.

In a lengthy written statement, the Arizona senator said he "cannot in good conscience" vote for the legislation from Republican Senators Bill Cassidy of Louisiana and Lindsey Graham of SC, which GOP leaders have been aiming to bring to the Senate floor next week. Susan Collins of ME and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska.

Republican senators have until September 30 to push a repeal bill through. Bill Cassidy of Louisiana and Lindsey Graham of SC to repeal major pillars of former President Barack Obama's signature health care law, replacing them with block grants that leave it to states to design their own programs.

Instead of funding Obamacare's Medicaid expansion, premium tax-credits and cost-sharing reductions, the bill would redistribute that money to states in the form of block grants. "He'd sign copies of the Quran at the Barnes & Nobel in Fallujah (Iraq) if it meant he could get rid of Obamacare", he added. National opinion surveys show that overall a majority of Americans want to keep the current law, although many Republicans do not. Paul have a change of heart-the legislation would die in the Senate when put to a final vote.

"No one is more opposed to Obamacare than I am, and I've voted multiple times for repeal", Paul tweeted this week. We have hearings - bipartisan hearings - and then actually vote on a legislation offer - bipartisan amendments.

They also say the cuts to Medicaid would cause millions of Americans to lose their coverage - and the changes would weaken individual insurance markets, making coverage more costly.

In a lengthy written statement, McCain said he "cannot in good conscience" vote for the legislation from Sens. The federal-state program for low earners has always automatically provided whatever money is needed for eligible recipients. Attacked by Donald Trump on Twitter, he responded dryly: "You can not buy me or intimidate me ".

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President Donald Trump is holding out hope that a last-ditch effort to overhaul the Obama-era health law isn't over.

Sen. Bill Cassidy will defend the Republican "Obamacare" repeal bill before a Senate panel on Monday.

Trump said that McCain's last senatorial campaign "was all about repeal and replace, repeal and replace".

Obama has only rarely publicly engaged in the day-to-day Washington policy fights since Trump replaced him in January.

That McCain is well enough to play this central figure in the Republican health care efforts is a surprise to many given the gravity of his diagnosis.

"The legislation that we passed was full of things that still need to be fixed; it wasn't ideal, but it was better".

"I think there is an element of McCain taking other people off the hook because ... he has a very tough diagnosis, it's not likely that he's going be running for re-election again", said Axelrod, a CNN contributor.