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Trumpcare isn't popular. But universal healthcare would be | Kate Aronoff

Liberal pundits and elected officials have seemed dead-set on occupying a neoliberal middle ground on healthcare. That’s not a winning strategy The Congressional Budget Office predicts that 22 million people will be left uninsured by the Republican Senate healthcare plan, voting on which will now happen after the July 4th recess. Show More Summary

Despite Trump’s Claims, Obamacare Isn’t Collapsing

Congressional Budget Office: “Although premiums have been rising under current law, most subsidized enrollees purchasing health insurance coverage in the nongroup market are largely insulated from increases in premiums because their out-of-pocket payments for premiums are based on a percentage [...]

Senate Republicans delay Obamacare repeal vote in latest loss for Trump

WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans on Tuesday abruptly delayed plans to vote this week to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act after the Congressional Budget Office said their bill would leave 22 million more Americans without health insurance. The announcement by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) mirrored one in the House in March, when [...]Show More Summary

The Senate plan means 22 million uninsured? Let’s take a honest look at that number

Senate Republicans have announced that they are delaying a vote on their health care plan by at least a week. The news comes after several Senators had second thoughts because a report from the Congressional Budget Office suggested that under the GOP plan 22 million people would not have health insurance. The U.S. Bishops cited the [...]

The CBO Health Care Score Could Be Wrong, But It's Not Biased

You can call the Congressional Budget Office wrong, but you can't call it biased.

Stephen Colbert Explains CBO Score Impact On Senate Trumpcare Bill

Yesterday's Congressional Budget Office scoring of the Senate Trumpcare bill empowered politicians to begin savaging the plan – most colorfully by Dem. Senator Brian Schatz, Late Night host Stephen Colbert revealed. But the AmericanShow More Summary

McConnell's response to CBO Trumpcare score: Clap harder ... and don't say the number 22 million

13 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

It took Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell a few minutes to release a statement after the Congressional Budget Office released its verdict on the Senate Republican healthcare bill, and no wonder. When your bill will leave 22 million...Show More Summary

A startling map puts into perspective how many more people would go without health insurance under the GOP bill

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office estimates that 22 million Americans would lose their health insurance by 2026 under the Senate Republican healthcare bill. As Bobby Kogan of the liberal Center for American Progress tweeted...Show More Summary

BREAKING: Mitch McConnell Delays Trumpcare Vote

14 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

CNN’s Manu Raja reports on Twitter that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has decided to delay the Trumpcare vote until after the July 4th recess. The reversal comes on the heels of the devastating Congressional Budget Office report which declares that 22 million Americans would lose their health insurance should the bill be approved. Show More Summary

McConnell Sets New Friday Deadline

“Senate Republicans have been tasked with reaching a new health care agreement by Friday,” Axios reports. “A new draft bill can then be sent to the Congressional Budget Office for analysis over next week’s recess, and then the Senate will [...]

The local papers' reviews for McConnell's Trumpcare bill are in, and are they brutal

14 hours agoUS Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

The great thing about Congressional Budget Office scores on the truly awful stuff, like Trumpcare, is that they write their own headlines. Like this: x Shelly Moore Capito woke up to this front page at home More Summary

McConnell throws in the towel — for now

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) bowed to reality and announced the health-care bill, widely panned in the wake of the Congressional Budget Office scoring, won’t be voted on this week. He says he’ll use time over the recess to gain support for the bill. With ideologically diverse members — from Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) […]

The GOP Has a Sinister Solution to Finding the Votes They Need for Their Health Care Bill

Mitch McConnell and the White House plan to offer Republican holdouts a smorgasbord of "side deals." The bad news? The evaluation of the new Senate Republican health care bill by the Congressional Budget Office shows that 22 million people will lose their health care over the next decade, most of those in the next year.  But there’s good news. Show More Summary

Paul Ryan Says It’s Fine if 22 Million Americans “Choose” Not to Buy Health Care

On Monday, the Congressional Budget Office reported that the Senate's Obamacare repeal legislation would leave 22 million Americans uninsured within a decade. Most people in Washington, both Democrats and Republicans, seem to have accepted...Show More Summary

WATCH: Pastor Confronts Republican Senator with Heart-Wrenching Story About How Obamacare Saved Her Daughter

"Amy is one of thousands and millions of people that this horrible, immoral bill is going to affect." According to the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, Senate Republicans' new health care bill would leave 22 million Americans...Show More Summary

Seth Meyers Savages Republicans' 'Cartoonishly Evil' Health Care Bill and Trolls Trump All in One Segment

The "Late Night" host responds to the Congressional Budget Office's damning new report. The Congressional Budget Office scored Senate Republicans' health care bill on Monday, and its findings were grisly as anticipated. A staggering 22 million will be left uninsured over the next decade. Show More Summary

How 22 million more Americans would end up without health insurance under the GOP healthcare bill

The Congressional Budget Office on Monday released its report on the Senate Republican healthcare bill. The CBO estimated that the bill, Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA), would result in the 22 million fewer people with health insurance by 2026 compared to the current system. Show More Summary

On enormous piles of money surrounded by many beautiful ladies

Avik Roy ladies and gentlemen: It’s likely that, if the Senate bill passes, more Americans will have health insurance five years from now than do today. For reals? How do you figure... ? The Congressional Budget Office believes that solely because Republicans would repeal the A.C.A.’s individual mandate, by 2026, more than […]

The Senate Republican healthcare bill is collapsing

The Senate Republican healthcare bill teetered on the brink of collapse by Tuesday morning as the Congressional Budget Office delivered a brutal assessment of its potential effects on coverage. Sen. Susan Collins of Maine, a key moderate...Show More Summary

Three ways to make the Senate bill better — and disappear

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) decried the Senate Republicans’ health-care bill on Monday afternoon, citing the Congressional Budget Office’s score showing millions would lose health care (including older, poorer seniors who would get priced out of the market) and others would pay more out-of-pocket. Show More Summary

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