After weeks of withering criticism over their plan to take health insurance from 22 million in order to finance tax cuts for rich people, some Senate Republicans have been kicking around an idea: Maybe don’t give tax cuts to rich people.
Sens. Susan Collins of Maine, Mike Rounds of South Dakota and Bob Corker of Tennessee have proposed the idea of retaining at least the 3.
As Republicans scramble to justify their plan to give rich people a tax break by slashing Medicaid, they’re simultaneously claiming that their cuts aren’t really cuts and that Medicaid doesn’t work, anyway, so cutting it is good. Ne...
Rolling back proposed tax cuts would make the Republican health care plan easier to pass. On the other hand, Republicans love tax cuts.
Senate Republicans have released their version of a plan to repeal and replace Obamacare. The Senate's plan, like one passed by the House of Representatives, rolls back many of the provisions of Obamacare, including taking deep cuts...
The repeal of taxes on the wealthy enacted along with Obamacare is under attack by Senate Republicans. That is a very bad sign for Mitch McConnell.