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CHART: CBO Weighs Who Wins, Who Loses With Senate Health Care Bill
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The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office weighed in on the Senate health care bill on Monday, saying that 22 million people would lose health coverage in the next 10 years under the Senate's plan. Of those, 15 million would lose Medicaid coverage.
Republicans Struggle to Marshal Votes for Health Care BillNew York Times
Senate GOP health-care bill appears in deeper trouble following new CBO reportWashington Post
These Senators will make or break the GOP's health care pushCBS News
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New York Times

Hate the Individual Health Mandate? The GOP Tries a 'Lockout'
New York Times
Senate Republicans made only one big change in a new version of their Senate health bill released Monday: They added a penalty for Americans who let their insurance lapse for 63 days or more. Under the new provision, those who go without insurance will ...



CBS News

Does health insurance coverage really save lives?
CBS News
In the midst of the complex, politically-charged health care debate unfolding in Washington, medical researchers say the science is clear: being uninsured increases one's risk of dying. That's the headline out of a new big-picture analysis of existing ...
Health Care Cuts Will Increase Odds Of Dying For The Uninsured ...BuzzFeed News

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CNN

More health problems reported from cosmetic products
CNN
The study authors largely attribute increases in reported adverse health events to WEN by Chaz Dean hair care products. In 2014, the FDA announced that it was investigating WEN by Chaz Dean Cleansing Conditioner products because it had received ...
More Health Problems Reported With Hair And Skin Care ProductsNPR

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FiveThirtyEight

The 'Resistance' Lost On Health Care In The House. Can It Win In ...
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Keeping Sen. Dean Heller in the "no" column would be a good first step.

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NPR

After Decline Of Steel And Coal, Ohio Fears Health Care Jobs Are Next
NPR
The Congressional Budget Office estimates that the Senate bill, the Better Care Reconciliation Act, would cut Medicaid spending by $772 billion over the next 10 years, whereas the House bill, the American Health Care Act, would cut the program by $880 ...

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TechCrunch

Your.MD raises $10M to grow AI-driven health information service and marketplace
TechCrunch
Your.MD, an AI-driven health information service delivered via a bot, has raised $10 million in new funding. The round was led by Orkla Ventures, the venture arm of Orkla, a leading supplier of branded consumer goods to the health, pharmacy, and ...

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Politics Podcast: The Health Care Episode
FiveThirtyEight
Public health reporter Anna Maria Barry-Jester joins the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast team to break down the Senate's health care bill and its implications for the public. The team also discusses how likely the bill is to pass and whether a bill ...



Washington Post

Bernie Sanders hits road to lead charge against Senate health-care bill
Washington Post
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Sen. Bernie Sanders took the stage and got right to it, warning 2,200-odd Ohioans that their lives are at risk if Senate Republicans push through their health-care bill. “Put yourself into someone else's shoes,” Sanders (I-Vt.) said ...
Sens. Johnson, Sanders: No Way Vote Should Happen on Health Care Bill This WeekNBCNews.com
Sanders Deflects FOX Question on FBI Probe, Gives Health Care Criticism InsteadFox News Insider
Bernie Sanders to headline 'Don't Take Our Health Care' tourCNN
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CNBC

Older Americans slapped with 'age tax' in GOP health-care bill: AARP
CNBC
Under the GOP's health-care bill, insurers would be allowed to charge older adults up to five times more than younger people. Under Obamacare, rates were capped at three times more. That would make it unaffordable, AARP's David Certner said. However ...

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