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Graham-Cassidy Health Bill Would Shift Funds From States That Expanded Medicaid
NPR
Senate Republicans' latest plan to overhaul the U.S. health care system ends with a massive shift of federal money from states that expanded Medicaid — and are largely dominated by Democrats — to those that refused to expand. Several analyses of the ...
Insurers Come Out Swinging Against New Republican Health Care BillNew York Times
New GOP bill could spawn 50 new health care debatesCNN
Republicans see political necessity in health care effortABC News
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The New Yorker

Jimmy Kimmel's Rise as a Reluctant Health-Care Crusader
The New Yorker
This week, Kimmel was once again at the front of the health-care debate when, on Tuesday, he lambasted Cassidy for putting his name on the newly proposed Graham-Cassidy health-care bill, a (seemingly) last-ditch effort in the Senate to overturn ...
Kimmel Continues War Against Sen. Cassidy Over Health Care BillNBCNews.com
Cassidy: Kimmel 'just doesn't understand' health care proposalThe Hill
Jimmy Kimmel Doubles Down on Criticism of Health Care BillNew York Times
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New York Times

The GOP Bill Forces States to Build Health Systems From Scratch. That's Hard.
New York Times
A new health care bill before the Senate would require every state in the country to make a similar soup-to-nuts evaluation of how they'd like their health care systems to work, to build such a system and be ready to open their doors in substantially ...

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CNN

Nevada's Heller dogged by summer of reversals on health care
CNN
Heller's opponents say his twists and turns on health care show he was acting out of fear -- first of the general election, and now of a primary. Rosen, the Democratic front-runner in the race for Heller's seat, pointed to Sandoval's position and said ...

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New York Times

Senator Cassidy, Please Stop Lying about Health Care
New York Times
First, health care: Here's a giveway about how bad the new Senate health care bill is: Bill Cassidy, one of its authors, keeps trying to sell it by telling untruths. “The relatively new phenomenon of just 'up is down' lying about your bill's impacts is ...



The Atlantic

Doctors Are Strongly Objecting to the Graham-Cassidy Health-Care ...
The Atlantic
Physicians rarely agree on anything as strongly as they do that the Graham-Cassidy health-care bill is harmful.
Blue States Face Biggest Cuts Under New Republican Health Care ...New York Times

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MSNBC

Trump praises health care system in non-existent African country
MSNBC
Donald Trump attended a United Nations luncheon with African leaders yesterday, and reading from a prepared text, he offered praise for health care progress in some of the continent's countries. “We cannot have prosperity if we're not healthy,” the ...
Trump praises health care of Nambia, a nonexistent African countryCNN
Donald Trump applauded the health care of an African country — Nambia — that doesn't even existNational Post

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Salt Lake Tribune

Commentary: Utahns are in denial about their health
Salt Lake Tribune
No amount of self-deception, however, will change the gravity of the state's current health crisis. Over the past three decades, the rate of obesity in Utah has skyrocketed, just as it has throughout the United States According to the Utah Department ...



The New Yorker (satire)

People Who Feared Obama Would Take Their Guns Happy to Have Trump Take Their Health Care
The New Yorker (satire)
Harland Dorrinson, a gun fancier from Wyoming, concurred. “In Europe, everyone has health care and no one has guns,” he said. “You couldn't pay me to live there.” Noting that thousands of people die in hospitals every year, he added, “Health care has ...



Wall Street Journal (subscription)

CVS Health Moves to Limit Access to Opioid Painkillers
Wall Street Journal (subscription)
CVS Health Corp., which administers drug benefits for employers, insurers and some state Medicaid programs, said it would limit opioid prescriptions to seven days or less for certain patients with acute pain who haven't previously taken an opioid ...
CVS Health Increases Restrictions On OpioidsForbes

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