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Sen. Tom Cotton's concerns about the new "Trumpcare" bill come after other Republicans have raised a slew of complaints about it.
Dr. Andrey Ostrovsky's opposition to the plan puts him at odds with the Trump administration, which now runs his federal health agency.
"To the victor belong the spoils," candidate Donald Trump reminded 2016 voters. But the House Republican health bill turns that on its head.
Republicans pushed ahead on Thursday with their plan for a massive overhaul of the U.S. healthcare system backed by President Donald Trump.
Republican leaders propose a 30 percent penalty on insurance premiums paid by people who enroll in health coverage after being uninsured.
Currently under Obamacare, insurers can deduct only up to $500,000 of executive compensation on their taxes.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs looks at the likely winners and losers in the new Republican health care plan.
The bill by GOP leaders to repeal and replace much of the Affordable Care Act faces strong headwinds from conservative lawmakers.
The newly introduced American Health Care Act (AHCA) is facing an unrelenting wave of criticism, NBC News reports.
The Republican health plan tries to keep popular parts of Obamacare while getting rid of parts people don't like.
The GOP plan to replace Obamacare is facing opposition within its own party, but it's still a work in progress, Rep. Andy Harris said.
The GOP's plan would kill the requirement the most people have health insurance or pay a fine, which could lead to an exodus of customers.
Republican plans to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act risk being derailed by conservatives opposed to a new bill.
Obamacare currently caps at $500,000 the amount of an executive's compensation that an insurer can deduct as a business expense.
S&P Global Ratings estimates that up to 4 million individual health plan customers and 6 million Medicaid enrollees could lose coverage.
U.S. Rep. Jason Chaffetz of Utah said lower-income Americans should stop buying expensive gadgets and focus on investing in their own health care.
The GOP's Obamacare replacement has its good points and bad points. But here's the biggest problem, says Jake Novak.
Health insurers would be allowed to deduct their executives' salaries from their taxes, and not just the first $500,000.
Rep. Larry Bucshon (R-Ind.) talks about the Republicans' plan to repeal and replace Obamacare and why he is hopeful the law will get bipartisan support.
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