According to NPR, fact-checkers have been having a field day with Democratic claims that the Republicans are continuing their War on Women by proposing to pay for keeping student loan interests rates low by cutting funding for preventive health care services.
It turns out, say the fact checkers, that cutting funding for preventive health care doesn't just impact women—it also impacts men and children, because they too receive preventive health care treatment.
Moments before the House Republicans disregarded President Obama’s veto threat and passed a bill preserving lower interest rates on student loans by gutting the Affordable Care Act’s Prevention and Public Health Fund, the Democratic... Read Post
Speaker John Boehner finds his hostage. (Yuri Gripas/Reuters) House Republicans have found another hostage, this time in the student loan interest rate fight. And their target is the Prevention and Public Health Fund in the Affordab... Read Post
Republicans are willing to extend low-cost student loans, but only if they an cut health care prevention. [House Speaker John] Boehner’s proposal would finance the $5.9 billion cost of maintaining the 3.4 percent interest rate for o... Read Post