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Washington Post

The Health 202: Cassidy-Graham's abortion ban workaround
Washington Post
The trick: Funnel the money through an existing health-care program, the Children's Health Insurance Program. Now, they just have to make sure the Senate parliamentarian agrees with them. Bear with me, as this gets a little wonky and complicated.
Republicans will face Bernie Sanders in CNN health care debateSalon
Health care state of play: Sweetheart dealsCNN International
WH officials have reservations about health care bill: reportThe Hill
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Hollywood Reporter

AP FACT CHECK: Kimmel's take on health care harder to refute
ABC News
Who's right — President Donald Trump and Sen. Bill Cassidy, or late-night host Jimmy Kimmel? None of them have really captured the complexity of the debate over who might lose insurance protections in the latest Republican health care bill. But of the ...
Jimmy Kimmel's Latest Stand: Trump Just Doesn't Understand Health CareHollywood Reporter
Jimmy Kimmel Accused a Senator of Lying About His Health Care Bill. Who's Right?New York Times
Kimmel tells viewers: 'We have until Sept. 30' to stop GOP health billPolitico
NBCNews.com -The Advocate -Chicago Tribune -TPM
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New York Times

The G.O.P. Bill Forces States to Build Health Systems From Scratch ...
New York Times
Every state would need to make political choices and build brand-new systems in only two years. Remember what happened with HealthCare.gov?

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Fox News

Kimberley Strassel: The fate of the GOP's Graham-Cassidy health care bill is in Sen. Lisa Murkowski's hands
Fox News
Lisa Murkowski (AP/Anchorage Daily News). It's accurate to say that the fate of the GOP's new health-care bill, Graham-Cassidy, is in the hands of Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski. The question is whether Ms. Murkowski, when she considers her vote, will use ...
'Insanity': New ad pressures Murkowski, four other senators to oppose health billWashington Post
GOP eyes special side deal to buy key senator's health care voteMSNBC
Insurers Come Out Swinging Against New Republican Health Care BillNew York Times
New York Magazine -The Week Magazine -Vox
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USA TODAY

For moms, mental health is everything
USA TODAY
But raising her can be tedious and depleting. If we suggest being a mother means we must be joyful all, or even most, of the time, we do all mothers a disservice. Motherhood is remarkably difficult. Acknowledging that and taking care of our mental ...



Los Angeles Times

Mosquitoes spread deadly diseases, and public health experts hope to fight back with this new emoji
Los Angeles Times
That oversight cries out for a fix, according to a pair of public-health specialists. That's why they have petitioned a group called the Unicode Consortium to include a female mosquito — the only kind that bite humans and spread disease — in the next ...

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The New Yorker

Jimmy Kimmel's Rise as a Reluctant Health-Care Crusader
The New Yorker
This week, Kimmel was once again at the front of the health-care debate when, on Tuesday, he lambasted Cassidy for putting his name on the newly proposed Graham-Cassidy health-care bill, a (seemingly) last-ditch effort in the Senate to overturn the ...

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Fox News

How much does our health care cost? Americans have the right to know
Fox News
Even as uncertainty about the health insurance market continues, one thing is certain: more Americans are paying higher out-of-pocket amounts for their health care. One bellwether of this trend is the percentage of Americans with high-deductible health ...

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Politico

Trump publicly backs health care effort, privately harbors doubts
Politico
In public, President Donald Trump is all-in on the Senate's final chance to repeal Obamacare. But privately, there's ambivalence in the White House about the bill's contents and its chances of clearing the tightly divided chamber next week. Trump spent ...

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Kaiser Health News

Narrow Networks Get Even Tighter When Shopping For Mental Health Specialists
Kaiser Health News
If you've got a plan offered on the federal health law's insurance marketplace and you're looking for a therapist, you may have to look really hard: The average provider network includes only 11 percent of all the mental health care providers in a ...

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