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Bipartisan health bill offers hope for compromise but faces hurdles
Today on the Senate floor, Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn. and Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., introduced their bipartisan health care bill that aims to fund federal subsidies for two years and stabilize individual insurance markets. After working on a bipartisan, short-term fix to health care for
'Murder insurance' or protection in self-defense cases?
The NRA's insurance for gun owners involved in self-defense cases is under fire
The Latest: 2 senators formally propose health deal
Two leading senators have formally proposed their bipartisan compromise for steadying health insurance markets
GOP senator criticizes Trump's response on health proposal
Republican Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin is criticizing Donald Trump's response to a bipartisan health deal in the Senate
The Latest: Governors urge Congress to back health subsidies
A bipartisan group of governors is urging congressional leaders to support a plan to calm health insurance markets
Trump doesn't support bipartisan health care plan after all
After the president slashed $7 billion in subsidies meant to help working-class families afford health insurance, he showed support for Congress' plan, then revoked it.
States ask US court to keep up health subsidies cut by Trump
Nineteen top state government lawyers are asking a U.S. judge in California to force the Trump administration to make health care subsidy payments that the president abruptly cut off last week
GOP, Dem senators push health deal as Trump keeps distance
Author of a bipartisan compromise to calm health insurance markets says they'll push the proposal, despite opposition from President Donald Trump.
Are insurers 'enriched' by Obama health law, as Trump says?
President Donald Trump says health insurers have been "enriched" by President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act . So why are companies pulling back from the law's insurance marketplaces? —— TRUMP: "I won't do anything to enrich the insurance companies because right now the insurance
Senate Republican leaders scramble to get Trump on board with health care compromise
President Donald Trump says he does not support a bipartisan agreement to stabilize insurance markets in its current form, leaving members of Congress questioning how exactly he wants to change the bill before he endorses it. On Wednesday afternoon, White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said