McCain says he cannot support Graham-Cassidy bill

I believe we could do better working together, Republicans and Democrats, and have not yet really tried," McCain said in a statement.
0:43 | 09/22/17

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Well Senator John McCain says he will not vote for the latest Republican attempt to repeal obamacare which likely means they won't have been votes needed to pass the Arizona Republican says. Health Care Reform requires a bipartisan approach and he says he can not back the bill. Without knowing its impact on insurance coverage and premiums today democratic US senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey expressed his outrage over the Republican clammed. We are fighting for the varied lives of Lowe's who may very well face a life or death challenge depending upon them. The choices that are made in the United States and it. About 900000 people in New Jersey have health coverage. Because I'm the affordable health care act.

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