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Tenney hosts first in-person town hall
WRVO Public Media • Payne Horning
Another Chance on Health Care
National Review • The Editors
Medical Schools Oppose New Plan to Kill Obamacare
Inside Higher Ed • Andrew Kreighbaum
Jimmy Kimmel's Powerful Indictment of Bill Cassidy and the Latest Republican Effort at an Obamacare Repeal
Newsweek • Alexander Nazaryan
Senate Republicans pull out of bipartisan health-care talks as Graham-Cassidy picks up steam
The Week • Peter Weber
Jimmy Kimmel says Obamacare repeal bill author 'lied'
Daily Mail • Ariel Zilber, Dailymail.Com
Jimmy Kimmel Calls GOP Healthcare Bill a 'Scam,' Tells Senator 'Stop Using My Name'
The Dieline • Alternet, Chris Sosa
Study: Small-biz health plans drop
Philadelphia Inquirer • Tom Murphy
The real work on health care bill is underway
CNN • Lauren Fox
Republican Obamacare repeal bill faces bipartisan opposition from governors
Nola Times-Picayune • The Washington Post
 
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Tenney hosts first in-person town hall
WRVO Public MediaPayne Horning
Mohawk Valley Rep. Claudia Tenney (R-New Hartford) was on the defensive for the majority of her first in-person town hall Tuesday night. More than 300 people attended the event that was hosted in the Oneida County town of Camden. Throughout the event,...
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Affordable Care Act, Barack Obama
Another Chance on Health Care
National ReviewThe Editors
Senator Rand Paul, the Kentucky Republican, has one thing right: The latest Republican bill on health care is not a repeal and replacement of Obamacare. Under it, the Affordable Care Act’s taxes, spending, and regulation would mostly remain in place. Of course,...
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Affordable Care Act, Colleges & Universities
Medical Schools Oppose New Plan to Kill Obamacare
Inside Higher EdAndrew Kreighbaum
The Association of American Medical Colleges came out against the latest effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act in a letter to senators Tuesday. The Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson bill has been gaining momentum as Republicans attempt to meet a Sept. 30 deadline to pass...
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Jimmy Kimmel's Powerful Indictment of Bill Cassidy and the Latest Republican Effort at an Obamacare Repeal
NewsweekAlexander Nazaryan
In a remarkable Tuesday night monologue, Jimmy Kimmel delivered a powerful indictment of the latest Republican effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act, legislation known as Graham-Cassidy for its two main sponsors, Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and Bill Cassidy of Louisiana....
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AARP, Affordable Care Act
Senate Republicans pull out of bipartisan health-care talks as Graham-Cassidy picks up steam
The WeekPeter Weber
On Tuesday evening, Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), the chairman of the Senate Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions (HELP) Committee, said that he was ending bipartisan negotiations for a bill to stabilize health insurance markets and make a few changes to the Affordable...
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Jimmy Kimmel says Obamacare repeal bill author 'lied'
Daily MailAriel Zilber, Dailymail.Com
Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel accused a Republican senator spearheading the latest effort to repeal Obamacare of 'lying to my face' on Tuesday. In an impassioned six-minute monologue on his ABC show, Kimmel tore into Senator Bill Cassidy of Louisiana for promoting legislation...
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Affordable Care Act, Health Care Industry
Jimmy Kimmel Calls GOP Healthcare Bill a 'Scam,' Tells Senator 'Stop Using My Name'
The DielineAlternet, Chris Sosa
He said the senator "just lied right to my face." Jimmy Kimmel used Tuesday's taping of his ABC late-night show to rain fire upon the Graham-Cassidy bill. The host explained how Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) flat-out lied to him by claiming to...
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Study: Small-biz health plans drop
Philadelphia InquirerTom Murphy
Only half of America's smallest businesses now offer health coverage to their workers because many say steady cost hikes have made it too expensive to afford a benefit that nearly all large employers still provide. The Kaiser Family Foundation said Tuesday that...
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The real work on health care bill is underway
CNNLauren Fox
()Republican senators departed Washington Tuesday with the fate of their last-ditch proposal to overhaul the Affordable Care Act still hanging in the balance. The next few days will be critical for Graham-Cassidy, the latest GOP proposal to repeal and replace Obamacare. Even...
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Republican Obamacare repeal bill faces bipartisan opposition from governors
Nola Times-PicayuneThe Washington Post
WASHINGTON - Senate Republicans and the White House pressed ahead Tuesday with their suddenly resurgent effort to undo former president Barack Obama's signature health-care law, even as their attempt was dealt a setback when a bipartisan group of governors and several influential...
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