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There’s one more Obamacare repeal zombie bill we have to kill

Mitch McConnell's Senate Republicans have until Sept. 30 to repeal the Affordable Care Act with just 50 votes. That's 13 working days. They have one last-ditch possibility, one more zombie bill. Like all of its predecessors, it's even worse than the previous versions, but that's not going to stop Republcians Sens. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, Bill Cassidy of Louisiana, and Dean Heller of Nevada from trying.
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