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Kathleen Sebelius is basically against everything in the Republican plan to replace Obamacare except "the stability fund."
As they scramble for "yes" votes on their health-care plan, House leaders have a nightmare scenario in mind.
House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Kevin Brady offers ideas on how to blunt the initial impact of a border adjustment tax on imports.
The battle over Obamacare is causing a rift not only on Capitol Hill. The business community is divided, too.
As a proposed healthcare bill comes up for a vote, here's why it might and might not pass with First Read from NBC News.
An analysis of 575 press releases from party officials share vastly different messages, ProPublica reports.
"But in Washington, that last 5 percent really matters," Rep. Kevin Brady tells CNBC.
Investors' fears about the Obamacare repeal aren't likely to be realized, according to separate analyses ahead of Thursday's crucial vote.
The American Health Care Act was sold on lies, poorly planned, deadly to thousands, and a catastrophe for its authors, writes Vox's Ezra Klein.
Goldman estimates that every percentage point increase of Americans with health insurance yielded a 0.6 percent rise in health employment.
Democratic Sen. Bob Casey, who faces re-election in 2018, also said he will oppose Gorsuch.
Fukumoto said divisive campaign rhetoric during the 2016 elections convinced her the Republican Party no longer reflected her political values.
Democrat Steny Hoyer says the bill doesn't have enough votes to pass.
Rep. Ted Yoho tells CNBC he'd vote against the Republican health-care bill without more concessions to get rid of "a growing entitlement."
Pressure on undecided members has been intense, with President Trump, Paul Ryan, and other GOP leaders, USA Today reports.
Thursday's House vote is crucial for the Trump agenda, including the administration's tax reduction plan.
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