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Trump Wants to Neutralize Democrats on Health Care. Republicans Say Let It Go.

NYTimes.com Monday, 17 June 2019
If the president follows through on issuing a plan, it could help shape a presidential race that Democrats would like to focus largely on health care.
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Bay Area congresswoman Jackie Speier along with Rep. Mike Thompson and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi took aim at Pres. Trump on Saturday while promoting their health care agenda. Melissa Caen reports. (6-15-19)

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