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New York Times

Tom Price promises GOP won't pull 'rug out' on health care
Price reiterated the argument he has made for months, saying the bills under consideration in Congress are only one part of the GOP's health care plan and that HHS will take action on the administration side to lower premiums -- which Heller said the ...
Senate Leaders Try to Appease Members as Support for Health Bill SlipsNew York Times
Sens. Susan Collins, Rand Paul express doubts about Senate health care billABC News
Sens. Johnson, Sanders: No Way Vote Should Happen on Health Care Bill This
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Trump confirms he called health care bill 'mean'
During an interview on "Fox and Friends" Sunday morning, Trump was asked about Obama's Facebook post condemning the Republican health care plan, and the President responded by saying Obama used the descriptor after he originally did. "Well he ...
Trump, Obama clash over health care bill amid uncertainty for Senate RepublicansUSA TODAY
President Trump responds to Obama's criticism of Senate health care planAOL
Trump Refuses To Blame Obama For Resistance To The Senate Health Care Bill DraftBuzzFeed News
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Kellyanne Conway on Senate health bill: 'These are not cuts to Medicaid'
ABC News
Presidential counselor Kellyanne Conway asserted Sunday that the Senate health care bill does not propose cuts to Medicaid, despite projections that it would cut the federal health insurance program by $800 billion. “These are not cuts to Medicaid ...
WATCH: Kellyanne Conway says Senate health care bill will not make cuts to MedicaidSalon
Kellyanne Conway Says the Senate Health Care Bill Doesn't Cut Medicaid. That's Not TrueTIME

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New York Times

Health Law Repeal Leaves Nevada Republican Torn Between Lawmakers
New York Times
Brian Sandoval, the governor of Mr. Heller's home state, is a Republican, but he is counting on Mr. Heller to provide what could be a crucial vote to maintain President Barack Obama's health care law, which has been a boon for the working poor in Nevada.

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Nokia Health Mate App For iPhone And Android Already Has One Great Improvement
Earlier this week, the connected health and fitness company Withings completed its transformation into part of Nokia. Withings, if you're not familiar with it, was a French company that created a series of attractive, effective gadgets that recorded ...

New York Times

Senate Health Care Bill: How the Right and Left Reacted
New York Times
The Senate majority leader, Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, is the chief author of the Senate's health care bill. Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times. The political news cycle is fast, and keeping up can be overwhelming. Trying to find differing ...

A decade under siege: Gaza health sector nears collapse
Poverty contributes to poor health, and poor health can lead to poverty - it's a vicious cycle. In Gaza, poverty is rife. At 41.1 percent, the unemployment rate is the highest in the world (youth unemployment is just shy of 64 percent), over a fifth of ...

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Washington Post

Koch network withholding support of Senate health-care bill, pushing for changes
Washington Post
COLORADO SPRINGS — The Koch network is working with conservative allies behind the scenes to make changes to the Senate health-care bill that was unveiled this week, declining to endorse the measure as it stands. As hundreds of donors gathered ...
Koch chief calls health care bill 'immoral' for not being conservative enoughChicago Tribune
Koch chief says health care bill insufficiently conservative - ABC NewsABC News
Koch network slams Senate health care bill, plans to lobby for full Obamacare 'dismantle'AOL

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The Atlantic

'Of All the Categories of Fake News, Health News Is the Worst'
The Atlantic
“My sense is that of all the categories of fake news, health news is the worst. There's more bad health news out there than there is in any other category,” said Kelly McBride, the vice president of the Poynter Institute. And “reliable sources on other ...

Fox News Insider

Democrats 'better stand for something,' says party's Senate leader
ABC News
The New York senator also addressed the Senate health care bill unveiled by Republicans on Thursday, which he said stands about a 50 percent chance of passing. “I think they have, at best, a 50-50 chance of passing this bill," Schumer said, adding that ...
He Must Be 'Clairvoyant': Huckabee Blasts Schumer for Immediate Rebuttal of Health Care BillFox News Insider

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