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The Note: Newest tax bill could be defining moment for Trump's presidency
The TAKE with Rick Klein You can call it tax reform , or a tax cut, or even the Cut Cut Cut Bill. Very soon you won’t be able to call it a hypothetical. And the struggles to even unveil it - as the House Ways and Means Committee hoped to do today - should be instructive about how much ground still
'This Week' Transcript 10-15-17: Nikki Haley, Nancy Pelosi, and Susan Collins
This is a rush transcript for "This Week" on October 15, 2017 and it will be updated. STEPHANOPOULOS: And we're joined now by the top Democrat in the House, Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi . Thanks for joining us again. REP. NANCY PELOSI, (D) CALIFORNIA: Good morning. STEPHANOPOULOS: This morning,
Program that provides low-cost health care to 9M children set to expire
Amid intense debates about the Graham-Cassidy health care bill, the Senate and House missed the deadline to reauthorize the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) -- meaning federal funding for the program will expire at the end of the month. Last reauthorized in 2015 , CHIP is a partnership
What's next for health care in the Senate
At a press conference Tuesday afternoon, Senate Republicans confirmed that they do not have enough votes to pass their latest bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). While Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced they would not vote on the latest bill from Senators Lindsey
What you need to know about the Graham-Cassidy health care bill
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks answers the biggest questions about the latest Senate effort to repeal Obamacare.
Fact check: Sen. Bill Cassidy on his health care bill assertions
Sen. Bill Cassidy, R-La., made several statements about his and Sen. Lindsey Graham ’s, R-S.C., health care bill that seemed worthy of some fact-checking. Below are four assertions and our explanations for them based on conversations with health care experts. STATEMENT: "There will be more folks
Fact check: The Senate health care bill's effect on Medicaid
Counselor to the president Kellyanne Conway insisted this week that the Senate GOP health care bill does not include cuts to Medicaid. Meanwhile, Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price said the health care proposal would not cause Medicaid recipients to lose their health coverage. The
2009 town hall: President Obama answers America's questions
President Obama sat down with Americans to answer questions about health care in the ABC special "Questions for the President: Prescription for America."
Jimmy Kimmel defends his emotional call for children's health care coverage in return to TV
The late night host gave an update on his son Billy's health and took on critics of his call for health coverage for children.
Major health groups oppose changes under proposed 'Trumpcare' bill
Physician and hospital groups are voicing opposition to the new health care bill called the American Health Care Act over concerns that many patients could lose health coverage. Those opposed to the bill include major medical groups such as the American Hospital Association (AHA), the American