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New life for Medicaid after GOP’s health care debacle

It may not equal Social Security and Medicare as a "third rail" program that politicians touch at their own risk, yet Medicaid seems to have gotten stronger after the Republican failure to pass health..
Denver Post

A stronger Medicaid emerges from GOP health overhaul debate

The federal-state health insurance program for low-income Americans hasn't achieved the status of Social Security and Medicare, considered practically untouchable by politicians, like an electrified..
SeattlePI.com Also reported by •Seattle Times

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News video: Trump Keeps Obamacare Subsidies for Now, but Future in Doubt

Trump Keeps Obamacare Subsidies for Now, but Future in Doubt 01:00

The White House will keep funding the cost-sharing reduction subsidies that help support the Obamacare insurance markets — at least for another month.
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News video: CBO: Cutting Obamacare Subsidies Will Hike Premiums

CBO: Cutting Obamacare Subsidies Will Hike Premiums 01:09

Trump's threat to end some insurance subsidies could raise premiums and cost the federal government more money.
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News video: Republican Senator Heller ‘Pleased’ The GOP Health Care Bill Died Despite Voting For It

Republican Senator Heller ‘Pleased’ The GOP Health Care Bill Died Despite Voting For It 01:32

Republican Senator Dean Heller of Nevada is facing backlash over a comment he made recently about the failed GOP effort to overhaul Obamacare. Republican Senator Dean Heller of Nevada is facing..
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News video: Johnson Backtracks on McCain Brain Cancer Comment

Johnson Backtracks on McCain Brain Cancer Comment 01:27

On Tuesday, Sen. Ron Johnson seemed to imply Sen. John McCain's cancer may have affected his vote on the GOP health care repeal.
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News video: GOP Senator: McCain’s Brain Tumor ‘Might Have Factored In’ To Health Care Vote

GOP Senator: McCain’s Brain Tumor ‘Might Have Factored In’ To Health Care Vote 01:01

A Republican senator appears to have implied that the brain tumor Arizona Senator John McCain was recently diagnosed with may have had an influence on his vote against the GOP’s health care bill.
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Health care divide leaves tax on path to reinstatement

BOSTON (AP) — The industry that makes medical devices from artificial hips to miniature pumps for IV drips is looking for a fallback plan to repeal a widely reviled sales tax that almost met its end..
Seattle Times

GOP Senator Suggests Brain Tumor Affected McCain Vote

Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson thinks fellow Republican Sen. John McCain's brain tumor and the after-midnight timing of the vote were factors in McCain's decisive vote against the GOP health care bill.
cbs4.com Also reported by •Seattle Times

GOP Sen. Seems to Blame John McCain’s Brain Tumor For Health Care Failure

Sen. Ron Johnson (WI-R) said he thought John McCain's "No" vote against the last-minute GOP health care bill may have been influenced by the early morning hour of the vote as well as the Arizona..
Mediaite

Carper cast as governors' lobbyist in health care debate

The Delaware Democrat called up to half the nation's governors, asking for their help in blocking GOP health care bills.
Delawareonline

Caretaker for Obamacare? Trump's health care role may shift

WASHINGTON (AP) — With Republicans unable to advance a health care bill in Congress, President Donald Trump's administration may find itself in an awkward role as caretaker of the Affordable Care..
SeattlePI.com

Undertaker or caretaker? Trump's shifting health law role

WASHINGTON (AP) — With Republicans unable to advance a health care bill in Congress, President Donald Trump's administration may find itself in an awkward role as caretaker of the Affordable Care..
SeattlePI.com

Interior watchdog reviewing Zinke’s calls to Alaska senators

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Interior Department’s internal watchdog says she is investigating phone calls by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke to Alaska’s Republican senators seeking support for the GOP..
Seattle Times

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says fences mended with Sen. Lisa Murkowski over beers

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke says he's mended fences with Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski after a widely reported dispute over Murkowski's vote to oppose the GOP health care bill.
Denver Post Also reported by •Seattle Times

Sen. Tim Scott on "hybrid" immigration policy that meets economic, family needs

A GOP bill to overhaul legal immigration to the U.S. will likely face an uphill battle in Congress. South Carolina Republican Sen. Tim Scott, a member of the Senate Finance Committee and the Senate..
CBS News


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