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Thousands flock to free medical clinic in Virginia while Washington dithers on health care

The sick and the disabled pour out of these mountains every summer for their one shot at free health care, but this year was supposed to hold hope for a better solution.
Denver Post

Wall Street Journal Editorial Writer Is Found Dead

The writer, Joseph Rago, 34, won a Pulitzer Prize in 2011 for his editorials challenging President Barack Obama’s health care law. Foul play is not suspected.

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News video: 32nd annual Children’s Health Fair

32nd annual Children’s Health Fair

Most schools will be back in session in just a few weeks. Before the first bell rings, students can take advantage of a free health care fair tomorrow.
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News video: Wyandotte students the product of educational success

Wyandotte students the product of educational success

Wyandotte students the product of educational and social cooperation
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News video: Scaramucci: President Trump Has 'Really Good Karma'

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Anthony Scaramucci said during a press conference on Friday that President Trump has "really good karma." The White House’s newly named communications director Anthony Scaramucci recently praised..
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News video: Optimistic Paul Ryan Says Tax Reform Will Happen This Year

Optimistic Paul Ryan Says Tax Reform Will Happen This Year 01:26

Paul Ryan says Republicans are united on tax reform and will rewrite the tax code this year.
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News video: Former Pharr Commissioner Indicted on Health Care Fraud

Former Pharr Commissioner Indicted on Health Care Fraud

The former commissioner and an owner of a pharmacy were listed on an indictment.
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Paul Ryan Thinks Tax Reform Will Be A Win Despite Health Care Losses

paul ryan thinks tax reform will be a win despite health care losses
Watch VideoDespite the collapse of the Republican health care bills, House Speaker Paul Ryan is confident Republicans can conquer tax reform. During a speech in Lawrence, Massachusetts, Ryan said:..

Bishop: Senate mustn't repeal health care law without suitable replacement

Washington D.C., Jul 21, 2017 / 04:52 pm (CNA/EWTN News).- The US bishops' representative for domestic justice has asked Senators not to vote to repeal the current health care law unless they have an..

10 political cartoons on the Republican health care debacle

Here are 10 political cartoons on the news of the week.
Deseret News

Senate parliamentarian says some major BCRA elements subject to 60-vote threshold

Some provisions in the original GOP Senate health care bill - which is similar to the revised bill - violate the Byrd Rule, which means those elements will require 60 votes, rather than 51
CBS News

Major parts of health care bill violate Senate rule

Senate parliamentarian says some provisions in original Senate bill require 60 votes
CBS News

Health-care reform: highway to health

Why highways, not health care? The national highway system is open to everyone regardless of income. It is safe, reliable and mostly seamless. Most Americans never give it a second thought. However,..
Seattle Times

Health-care reform: civilized medicine

Kudos to Danny Westneat [“Trump’s ‘Let it fail’ sums up GOP’s health-care malady,” NWWednesday, July 19] for a concise summation of the health-care hijinks of the Republican Party, better..
Seattle Times

Health-care reform: Look at the red-blue map

Concerning Megan McArdle’s column [“Both parties share responsibility for nation’s health-care mess,” Opinion, July 20], one oft-repeated error needs correcting. She states “The exchanges in..
Seattle Times

HIV discrimination claims against medical provider settled

MILWAUKEE (AP) — The U.S. Department of Justice says it has settled discrimination claims from two HIV patients who said physicians at a Milwaukee-based medical provider refused to treat them because..
Seattle Times

This Recovery Isn't All That Resilient, Here's Why

this recovery isn't all that resilient, here's why
Authored by Danielle DiMartino Booth via Bloomberg.com, *When adjusted for inflation, credit card usage has grown faster than incomes for 18 months...* *Are Federal Reserve stress tests leading..
Zero Hedge

Sen. Mike Lee spends past week in eye of health care storm

Sen. Mike Lee's stand against Senate Republicans' health care bill landed him in the spotlight for much of the past week.
Deseret News

Bay Area political events: Eshoo town hall, social justice films

Bay Area political events: Eshoo town hall, social justice films Political events in the Bay Area Hosted by Rep. Anna Eshoo, D-Palo Alto, at 9 a.m. at West Valley College Theatre, 14000 Fruitvale Ave.,..

How Donated Bikes Are Putting Education And Health Care Within Reach

how donated bikes are putting education and health care within reach
Watch VideoTransportation can be a big barrier to accessing education or health care. But bicycles could change that. One organization — World Bicycle Relief — is trying to get bikes to those..

Week In Politics: Sean Spicer Resigns As White House Press Scretary

NPR's Audie Cornish wraps the week in politics with David Brooks of The New York Times and Jamelle Bouie of Slate. They discuss Sean Spicer's resignation as White House press secretary and the failure..

Former CBO Directors Defend Agency Against GOP Attacks

The former directors of the Congressional Budget Office on Friday defended its work against criticism from Republicans and the White House who have questioned its accuracy in analyzing GOP health-care..
Wall Street Journal

Government broke health care; government needs to fix it


Nurse who was stabbed at hospital speaks out

Massachusetts nurse Elise Wilson is pushing for new legal protections for health care workers after she was attacked on the job. Beth Germano of CBS Boston station WBZ reports.
CBS News

Project Milan could mean construction of a $28.5 million office building in Jacksonville

An unnamed company is seeking a $700,000 grant that would lower its property tax bill after it builds a $28.5 million office building somewhere in Jacksonville. The incentive package — codenamed..

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