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Fox News has a bizarre defense for GOP health care bill

Who really cares about 15 million Americans losing their insurance next year alone if the GOP health care bill is passed by the Republican-held Senate? We’re all going to die in the end, anyway. At least, that’s the rationale employed in an argument on Fox News Wednesday. After airing statements...
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