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Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz says he believes there is still a path to getting a health care bill passed, despite "a handful of holdouts." Cruz told Fox News' "Fox … Click to Continue »
WASHINGTON (AP) — Texas Republican Sen. Ted Cruz says he believes there is still a path to getting a health care bill passed, despite "a handful of holdouts." Republicans remain divided on the issue, and Democrats are unanimously against efforts to repeal and replace former President Barack Obama's signature health care bill.
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A hardcore Trump supporter has been charged with leaving a threatening voicemail in which he threatened to murder Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and his entire family. The San Antonio Express-News reports that 59-year-old James Amos Headley, a resident of Live Oak, Tex., was arrested this week after police...
Ted Cruz is right. The Republican Party promised to repeal Obamacare from the moment President Obama signed it. They’ve promised it time and time again. Now that Hillary Clinton is not President and the GOP controls Congress, the time has come to make good on that pledge. Show More Summary
Following President Trump's health care meeting with GOP senators Wednesday, where he suggested that if Senator Dean Heller wants to stay in office he'll approve the new health care plan, Senator Ted Cruz weighed in on that exchange...
Campaign Action Late Friday, the major players in health insurance—America's Health Insurance Plans, which is the trade group representing insurers, and the Blue Cross Blue Shield Association—blasted Sen. Ted Cruz's amendment to Trumpcare,...Show More Summary
Last Thursday, a bunch of space capitalists met with a bunch of senators to talk policy.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Tex.) has a fundamental problem: His political ambition far outstrips his likability and political skill. In the 2016 primary, his rudeness to Senate colleagues, glaring opportunism and awkward interpersonal skills — as much as then-candidate Donald Trump — prevented him from capturing the nomination. His off-again, on-again endorsement of Trump in the […]
HHS Secretary Tom Price, teabagger orthopedic surgeon, tells Jonathan Karl he is very, very perplexed as to why a prominent insurance industry group came out against Ted Cruz's nuclear bomb of a health care amendment "There's no doubt...Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) In the guise of a news story, the New York Times presents a screed against what it calls “junk insurance.” The occasion for the screed is Senator Ted Cruz’s proposal that insurers be allowed to sell plans that that don’t meet Obamacare standards, if they also sell policies that meet these standards. Show More Summary
We’ve seen this movie before.
Experts say idea added to GOP plan by Sen. Ted Cruz endangers poorer, sicker Americans.
The Cruz amendment has caused the one major medical-industry interest who could live with BCRA into staunch opponents: Two organizations representing the U.S. health insurance industry just called a new provision of the Senate Republicans’ health...Show More Summary
The specific language was crafted by Sen. Ted Cruz
David Nather: “Two major health insurance trade groups launched an unusually direct attack on Sen. Ted Cruz’s insurance deregulation proposal tonight, warning Senate Republicans that it would damage the protections for people with pre-existing conditions — the one thing they [...]
"It is simply unworkable in any form," industry reps wrote in a letter to the Senate.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two major U.S. health insurance groups on Friday called on Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell to drop from a healthcare bill a provision proposed by Senator Ted Cruz that allows insurers to offer stripped-down, low-cost healthcare plans.
One of the first things that virtually every health policy expert noticed about the latest version of the Senate health care bill was that it would effectively shunt Americans with pre-existing conditions into their own separate insurance market, where they could potentially face sky-high premiums. Show More Summary