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Better Care Reconciliation Act

  1. First GOP Health Bill Fails, But the Senate Push to Destroy Obamacare ContinuesNine Republicans voted against the bill McConnell crafted in secret, but they may wind up supporting whatever he comes up with next.
  2. Trumpcare As We Know It Is DeadAfter two more GOP defections, McConnell said his bill “will not be successful” — but Obamacare is still in danger.
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    Tom Price on Health-Care Bill: Up Is DownThe Trump administration gets Orwellian in its efforts to repeal Obamacare.
  4. GOP Senators Begin to Question Health-Care Bill’s Tax Cuts for the RichThe repeal of the taxes on the wealthy that were enacted with Obamacare is under attack by Senate Republicans. That is a bad sign for Mitch McConnell.
  5. Republicans Need to Pass Trumpcare to Appease Their Donors – Not Their VotersA new poll finds that only 10 percent of Republicans want a less generous version of Obamacare – but Mitch McConnell is trying to pass one, anyway.
  6. Senate Delays Trumpcare Vote Due to Lack of SupportMitch McConnell had planned to pass Obamacare repeal before the July 4 recess. Now, he doesn’t even have the votes to proceed to debate.
  7. Democrats Are Resisting Trumpcare, Though They Can’t Stop It on Their OwnSenate rules don’t give the minority party much power, but they’re demonstrating to keep the pressure on their wavering GOP colleagues.
  8. Obamacare Repeal Stalled After GOP Senators Reject Current BillFollowing the CBO report, four Republicans said they won’t even let Mitch McConnell’s bill be brought to the floor for debate.
  9. This Might Be the Most Odious Provision in TrumpcareThe Senate still needs a replacement for Obamacare’s individual mandate. Their idea could amount to a death sentence for uninsured cancer patients.
  10. The Senators Who May Kill the GOP Health BillRepublicans are laying out their demands, and it’s hard to see how both moderates and conservatives can be appeased.
  11. Obama Begs Senate GOP Not to Hurt Millions Just to Spite HimThis “is not a health-care bill,” Obama said, but “a massive transfer of wealth from middle-class and poor families to the richest people in America.”