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New York Times

Senate Health Plan Falls Short of Promise for Cheaper Care, Experts Say
New York Times
President Trump and the Republicans have promised that their plan to overhaul the federal health care law will make medical coverage much more affordable. Premiums and deductibles will be “much lower,” Mr. Trump tweeted in April. He also assured ...
Hillary Clinton: GOP is 'death party' if health care bill passesCNN
Trump joins the effort to pass a health-care bill, but another GOP senator is opposedWashington Post
Trump leaving McConnell to handle Senate bill on health careABC News
NBCNews.com -NPR -Fox News -U.S. Senate Budget Committee
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New York Times

Planned Parenthood Battle Could Sway Fortunes of GOP Health Bill
New York Times
“The expectations of the pro-life movement have been very clear: The health care bill must not indefinitely subsidize abortion and must redirect abortion giant Planned Parenthood's taxpayer funding to community health centers,” Marjorie Dannenfelser, ...
Abortion Debate Roils Final Health Care PushNBCNews.com
Everything You Need To Know About The GOP Senate Health Care BillHuffPost
Here's What The Senate Health Bill Means For Women's Health CareBuzzFeed News
Money Magazine -U.S. Senate Budget Committee
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Sacramento Bee

'Woefully incomplete' universal health bill dead for the year in California
Sacramento Bee
Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon put the brakes on a sweeping plan to overhaul the health care market in California Friday, calling the bill “woefully incomplete.” Rendon announced plans to park the bill to create a government-run universal health care ...
Single-payer health care put on hold in California as leader calls bill 'woefully incomplete'The Mercury News

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CNBC

Trump's core voters could suffer most under GOP health bill, but they may not punish him for it
CNBC
A study says Trump's victory was propelled more by racial solidarity than his views on trade or entitlements. Trump's core voters are more likely to rely on Medicaid, which faces cuts under the GOP health-care bill, but experts expect them to stay ...

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New York Times

Professors Call Health Bills a 'Giant Step Backward'
New York Times
We and more than 120 health law and health policy professors across the United States believe that the House and Senate health bills will cause severe, lasting harm to all of us, especially our society's most vulnerable and the middle class. At a time ...



NPR

Efforts Increase To Bring Health And Other Benefits To Independent Workers
NPR
Stride Health, a San Francisco firm, has built software that allows independent workers who can afford it, to buy health care and financial benefits on their own. Noah Lang, Stride's CEO, says he's hoping to capitalize on the growing demand, and be ...

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Lifehacker

Sex, Poop, and Champagne Are Great, But Their Health Benefits Are Overrated
Lifehacker
Welcome back to our health news roundup, previously What to Worry About This Week. We've renamed it to Dose of Reality because health news isn't always giving you things to worry about. Sometimes it's benefits, rather than risks, that are overhyped.



Hartford Courant

Blumenthal And Murphy: 'Titanic Political Fight' Over Health Care ...
Hartford Courant
During a statewide tour Friday, Connecticut two senators hope to rally opposition to the proposed repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act.

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Scientific American

40 is Considered Old in Senate GOP Health Plan
Scientific American
People getting subsidies to help buy health insurance would see at least three sharp changes—tied to both age and income—that could dramatically affect how much they pay for coverage if the Senate Republican health plan becomes law. The Senate bill ...

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Washington Post

Senate GOP bill would gut critical public health funding this fall - The ...
Washington Post
This post has been updated. The health-care bill that Senate Republicans released Thursday would eliminate critical funds for core public health programs that ...

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