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Our ongoing troubles with health care stem from an unwillingness to deal with certain facts, Kevin Williamson writes in the National Review.
After the House passed the American Health Care act, these senators will be pivotal in determining its future, Vox reports.
If passed by the Senate, the GOP health-care bill would come at a huge cost to America, says former Medtronic CEO Bill George.
Even before the proposal passed the House, several Republicans in the Senate signaled that it could see major revisions.
Elements of the American Health Care Act add a new level of complexity for health insurers.
Clinton also shared a list of Democrats running in 2018 against those who voted for the GOP health-care bill.
Civil rights icon John Lewis called the bill's passing "a shame and a disgrace."
The bill could lead to big increases in the number of uninsured Americans and premium prices next year.
The answer on how to deal with people with pre-existing conditions is to create an insurance market just for them, John Goodman told CNBC.
Those who lose coverage and are sick still need treatment; where will that money come from? Mt. Sinai CEO Dr. Kenneth Davis asked.
The American Health Care Act passed the House 217 to 213 after weeks of lobbying by GOP leaders. It now heads to the Senate.
Democrats made their remarks after the House narrowly passed the Republican plan to replace parts of the Affordable Care Act.
Shares of hospitals and insurers rose after a narrow majority of the U.S. House voted to pass an Obamacare replacement bill on Thursday.
The House bill that passed Thursday grants broad powers to the states to decide how insurance coverage is managed and paid for.
The bill passed 217 to 213, with all 193 Democrats voting against it. Twenty Republicans also opposed the bill.
The House approved the repeal and replace legislation on Thursday.
People with pre-existing conditions will "absolutely" be covered at an affordable price under the GOP health-care bill, Rep. Mullin said.
The prices of brand-name drugs with no competitors outweigh the savings and are driving up overall spending, NBC News reports.
The House is scheduled to vote on the American Health Care Act on Thursday. It would repeal and replace key parts of Obamacare.
Nearly 160 million Americans receive insurance coverage through their work today, The Wall Street Journal wrote.
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