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Rep. Kind Calls For Bipartisan Approach To Health Care

06 Agosto 2017, 02:15 | Bibiana Flor

Rep. Kind Calls For Bipartisan Approach To Health Care

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Several GOP leaders said Monday that at least for now, they saw no clear route to the 50 votes they'd need to get something - anything - recasting President Barack Obama's health care statute through the Senate.

"The American people are exhausted of the status quo in Washington".

The nation's system under the Affordable Care Act "is not financially sustainable" and "lacks full Hyde protections and conscience rights", said Bishop Frank J. Dewane of Venice, Florida, chairman of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' Committee on Domestic Justice and Human Development. But last week's vote to kill the Republican effort for a "skinny repeal" of Obamacare has to rank as one them.

Salt Lake County Councilwoman Jenny Wilson, a Democrat running for Hatch's seat, said in saying the Senate is divided on health care, Hatch is admitting that "bipartisanship is too much of a burden for him". While this reality is long overdue, being the disastrous architect of the Republican's most recent healthcare debacle should seal his fate. In practical terms, the ruling could make it more hard for the Trump administration and House Republicans to abandon the payments without a court fight.

While bipartisan cooperation may be a rare thing in Washington now, it is not unheard of.

"With Trumpcare rejected in the Senate, I'm glad to get to work on health care w/ @SenAlexander", she tweeted. The second was repeal the ACA and there is no replacement.

Congress does not seem all that moved by the president's after-the-fact campaigning and threats. McCain says he wanted to protect Arizona's Medicaid program for the poor. "The American people want their representatives to be working for the good of the country and to make their lives better".

Maryland is part of a national trend where insurers are pulling out of the ACA exchanges, leaving only one insurer left in some jurisdictions. "We know that Obamacare is failing".

Sen. Chris Van Hollen, D-Md., said Wednesday that his colleagues in the Senate would be "happy to work with" Republicans, including President Donald Trump, on "genuine tax reform".

"The reason for these hearings is that unless Congress acts by September 27, when insurance companies must sign contracts with the federal government to sell insurance on the federal exchange next year, millions of Americans with government subsidies in up to half our states may find themselves with zero options for buying health insurance on the exchanges in 2018". There is early applause from Senate Democrats which is immediately stopped my Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, who waves his hand to quiet the chamber.

Although Van Hollen and Raskin both support Medicare for all, they don't necessarily support it in the short term. "I happen to agree that we should move forward". All the Democrats voted "no." Sen.

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