Sen. Susan Collins: Trump's Threats Have Contributed To Instability In The Insurance Market Sen. Susan Collins of Maine discussed the warm welcome she received in Maine after her vote against the so-called "skinny repeal" bill, and shot down the Trump administration's talking points on "insurance bailouts." Tapper: A very difficult time, very

'Repeal & Replace is not dead!': Trump goes off on Republican senators, threatening to end insurance payments President Donald Trump unleashed an hours-long tweetstorm on Saturday aimed at Senate Republicans following their shocking defeat in the effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act earlier this week. "Republican Senate must get rid of 60 vote NOW!

Kansas insurance commissioner, possible gubernatorial candidate advises responsible spending Insurance Commissioner Ken Selzer says he would advocate for increasing efficiency and reducing spending as he weighs a run for Kansas governor, a month after lawmakers overrode GOP Gov. Sam Brownback’s veto to raise taxes. Selzer, a Leawood Republican

Kansas insurance commissioner is the latest considering run for governor Another Kansas Republican who holds a statewide office is eying the governor’s race, though it may not be a name you know by heart. Kansas Insurance Commissioner Ken Selzer, a 64-year-old Leawood Republican, confirmed his interest in the race to The Star

Cruz pitches GOP leaders to allow cheap insurance in health bill (Bloomberg)—Senate Republican leaders are considering a proposal by Senator Ted Cruz that would allow insurers to sell cheaper, less robust plans as long as they also sell policies that meet coverage standards imposed by Obamacare. The Texan's idea is

Trumpcare takes your insurance but gives you a hat Many Americans feel nervous about health care, fearful a Republican bill that could be voted on in the Senate as early as this week might make life worse for those who selfishly want to remain alive. (NOTE: Nervousness and any associated conditions are NOT

C.B.O.: 22 Million Would Lose Insurance Under Senate Health-Care Bill Senators looking to repeal and replace Obamacare were already facing a breakneck timetable, mounting public disapproval, opposition from Democrats, and a growing number of Republican holdouts. A new analysis of the effects of the current Senate bill under

CBO: 22 million people would lose insurance under Senate health care bill The Senate Republican health care bill would cause an estimated 22 million people to lose their health insurance and lower the federal deficit by $321 billion over the next decade, according to a new analysis from the Congressional Budget Office and the

CBO: 22 million more would be without health insurance over next decade under Senate bill Twenty-two million more people would be without health insurance over the next decade under Senate Republicans' plan to repeal and replace Obamacare, according to an analysis released Monday by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office. Under the House

The CBO says the Senate GOP healthcare bill would leave 22 million more without insurance The Congressional Budget Office on Monday released its analysis of the Senate Republican healthcare bill, projecting significant coverage losses both immediately and over the next decade if the legislation were to become law. The CBO projected that 22


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