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Trump Demands More Stringent Work Requirements for Food Stamps Recipients
It’s a great way for Trump to demagogue about shiftless welfare bums without actually making major changes in a popular program.
Trump’s EPA Declares War on California’s Fuel-Efficiency and Emissions Standards
The battle between the Trump administration and the state of California expands to public land sales and an old fight over fuel-economy goals.
HHS Secretary Calls Blatant Violation of Health Care Law a ‘Cry for Help’
In what’s supposed to be a law-and-order administration, HHS’s tolerance for Idaho’s efforts to nullify the Affordable Care Act is astonishing.
GOP States Are Trying to Put Time Limits on Medicaid
It’s the latest effort to attack Obamacare’s Medicaid expansion.
Maybe There’s No Light at the End the Tunnel for the GOP Health Bill After All
All the tactical brilliance that has kept unpopular and divisive GOP health care legislation alive disguises a fatal strategic blindness.
Conservatives Just Lost Their Favorite Part of Trumpcare
The Senate parliamentarian ruled that the GOP can’t roll back Obamacare’s regulations without 60 votes. That makes “skinny repeal” more dangerous.
Did the ‘Kodiak Kickback’ Buy Lisa Murkowski’s Vote for Trumpcare?
No state has gotten more special treatment from the Senate (and the administration) than Murkowski’s Alaska. If it’s not enough, Trumpcare’s dead.
How Much Damage Will Trumpcare Do in Blue States?
There is some flexibility for states to pick and choose in the new bill. But also a lot of measures that will affect everyone.