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New York Times

'Skinny' Obamacare Repeal Would Clash With Republicans' Health Care Promises
New York Times
If the current options for overhauling the health care system can't get a majority of Senate votes, the majority leader, Mitch McConnell, has a new backup plan, according to senators and lobbyists: a simple bill that eliminates three of Obamacare's ...
Republicans pull off narrow victory to move health reform forwardABC News
Republicans just dodged political disaster on health careCNN International
McConnell in last-minute push to win votes on health careCNN
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Endangered Republicans stick with Trump on key health care vote
Washington (CNN) The two Senate Republicans in the most jeopardy of losing their seats in 2018 faced a choice in Tuesday's health care vote: Stick with President Donald Trump and face a barrage of Democratic attacks, or break ranks and risk a ...
Key senators say they'll vote to open debate on health billMarketWatch

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Trump praises Senate health care vote at Ohio rally
CNN International
"We're now one step closer to liberating our citizens from this Obamacare nightmare and delivering great health care for the American people," he said before an enthusiastic crowd. The rally comes as his administration remains steeped in turmoil over ...
Trump to rally in Ohio as residents worry about health careABC News
Trump takes victory lap on health care vote and tangles with Ohio protesters at campaign-style rally with support ...Daily Mail

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Washington Post

1 million jobs on the line as Senate votes on health care
Washington Post
America could lose more than a million jobs if the Senate votes to repeal the Affordable Care Act on Tuesday. That's according to a report from George Washington University's Milken Institute School of Public Health and the Commonwealth Fund.
GOP health bill pits freedom of choice against freedom from fearUSA TODAY

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New York Times

Senate Braces for Health Showdown With McCain on Hand but a Plan Unclear
New York Times
WASHINGTON — Senate Republican leaders, keeping alive their push to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, are barreling toward a showdown vote on Tuesday to begin debating a repeal of the health law. And Senator John McCain announced Monday night ...
McCain's opponent: He might die in officePolitico
Arizona Republican Says McCain Should Resign, Adds She'd Be Strong
John McCain on Twitter: "I greatly appreciate the outpouring of support - unfortunately for my sparring partners in ...Twitter
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Here's How To Responsibly Talk About Mental Health In The Public Eye
Commenting on a person's mental health when they aren't a patient not only discredits the actual process of getting a mental health evaluation, it can be incredibly stigmatizing to mental illness as a whole, according to Rebecca Brendel a consultant ...
Commenting on Trump's mental health is fine, psychiatry group says ...The Verge
Psychiatry group tells members they can ignore 'Goldwater rule' and comment on Trump's mental healthSTAT
APA Remains Committed to Supporting Goldwater Rule - American Psychiatric AssociationAmerican Psychiatric Association
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First Read's Morning Clips: The Big Health Care Vote
The big health care news from last night, from Leigh Ann Caldwell: John McCain is coming back for today's health care vote. More: “Still, less than 24 hours before an expected vote to begin debate on health care, Senate Republicans still haven't been ...

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John Boehner doesn't think Republicans stand a chance of passing health care
At a health care conference back in February, Boehner said that "in the 25 years that I served in the United States Congress, Republicans never, ever one time agreed on what a healthcare proposal should look like. Not once." He added: "All this happy ...

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Health Affairs (blog)

Universal Health Insurance? Why?
Health Affairs (blog)
The Congressional health care debate has become a war between two seemingly irreconcilable extremes, coverage versus budget control. Health care is a right, thunders Bernie Sanders (I-VT). There's no free lunch, roars back Rand Paul (R-KY). We think ...

The Nation.

Take Action Now: Emergency Action to Save Health Care and Support Undocumented Immigrant Activists in Texas
The Nation.
Take Action Now gives you three meaningful actions you can take each week—whatever your schedule. Our health care is on the line once again this week so we've listed multiple ways you can plug into that fight, along with information on supporting ...

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