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Tracking Trump's shifting stances on health care
Congressional Republicans ' last-ditch attempts to undo Obamacare have put a spotlight on President Donald Trump 's shifting positions on how to achieve that long-held GOP goal. After the Senate bill to overhaul health care collapsed early this week, Trump on Tuesday called for Republicans to "let
CBO estimates 32 million more uninsured in a decade with Obamacare repeal
The Congressional Budget Office's estimate of Senate Republicans' latest push to repeal the Affordable Care Act without a concurrent replacement plan indicates the strategy would result in a major increase of the country's uninsured when compared to current law. The number of uninsured persons
Trump tells Republican senators 'inaction is not an option' on health care
After watching the Senate GOP's efforts to repeal and replace Obamacare flail and then flop, a seemingly frustrated President Donald Trump told Republican senators they "shouldn't leave town" until they "hammer" out a health care plan for him to sign. Senate leadership is pushing for a vote on a
What's next in the Republican health care push
President Donald Trump and leading Republicans are making last-ditch efforts to try and repeal Obamacare even though there doesn’t seem to be enough support to do so. The next step comes in the form of a procedural vote that will be held "early next week," as Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell
Senate GOP lacks votes for Obamacare repeal, Trump says to let it fail
Three Republican senators have come out against Mitch McConnell's plan to repeal Obamacare, putting the brakes on second-ditch efforts to roll back the Obama administration's signature health care legislation. The revelation comes less than a day after four senators voiced opposition to the Senate
Comparing the timeline of Trump's health care push to Obama's
The latest push to overhaul the U.S. health care system has suffered a major blow after the GOP announced it does not have enough support in the Senate to repeal and immediately replace "Obamacare." Here is a look at the steps that the Obama administration took to get the Affordable Care Act (ACA)
White House blindsided by repeal-and-replace health care plan's implosion
When Republican Sens. Mike Lee of Utah and Jerry Moran of Kansas last night effectively killed the Republican health care bill, the president's top legislative priority, they announced their positions without first telling the White House about their move, a White House official said. The snub
Sen. Moran: The newer health care version differences weren't 'significant enough'
"I examined the last version of this bill, determined that it was something that I would not vote for, and I indicated that," said Sen. Jerry Moran, R-Kan.
The Note: GOP whiffs again on health care
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY No bill: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell conceded Monday night that the GOP's effort to repeal and replace Obamacare "will not be successful" after two more conservative Republicans came out against the bill. ABC News’ Jonathan Karl reports that the White House
McConnell calls for Obamacare repeal vote
The loss of support for the current health care bill from two more Republicans, Sens. Jerry Moran and Mike Lee, left the Senate majority leader without enough votes to move the bill forward.