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Fact check: 13 dubious claims from Trump’s rally in Florida
Chicago Tribune • Glenn Kessler
Tennessee hints at chaos if Republicans leave the ACA in limbo
LifeHealthPro • Zachary Tracer
Bay Area Democrats Draw Hundreds to Health Care “Town Halls”
KQED • Carrie Feibel
Trump: ObamaCare replacement coming in 'a couple of weeks'
The Hill • Max Greenwood
President Trump is in Florida for a campaign-style rally
The Week • Bonnie Kristian
Morning Report: SANDAG Has a Flawed Explanation for Its Flawed Forecast
Voice of San Diego • Andrew Keatts
Editorial: Give Seema Verma a chance
Modern Healthcare • Merrill Goozner
Insurers Voice Concern Over House GOP's Outline for Health Law Repeal
The Wall Street Journal • Anna Wilde Mathews
Repeal and Replace Panic
The Wall Street Journal
The Republican “Plan” to Replace Obamacare Includes a Huge Assault on Abortion Access
Slate • Jordan Weissmann
 
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Fact check: 13 dubious claims from Trump’s rally in Florida
Chicago TribuneGlenn Kessler
President Donald Trump's speech Saturday at a campaign-style rally in Melbourne, Florida, was filled with a number of dubious claims. Here's a quick round-up of his rhetoric - and the facts. We will examine these statements in the order in which he...
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Tennessee hints at chaos if Republicans leave the ACA in limbo
LifeHealthProZachary Tracer
(Bloomberg) — Tennessee is providing an early preview of the disruption that could ensue if lawmakers leave commercial health insurance parts of the Affordable Care Act in limbo. At least 40,000 people in the Knoxville area may have no health plans to...
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Bay Area Democrats Draw Hundreds to Health Care “Town Halls”
KQEDCarrie Feibel
The Affordable Care Act drew cheers and applause at Democrat-led town halls held Saturday morning in San Francisco, Oakland and Martinez. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi had urged her colleagues headed home for the week-long Congressional recess to hold local events and...
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Trump: ObamaCare replacement coming in 'a couple of weeks'
The HillMax Greenwood
President Trump said on Saturday that a plan to replace the Affordable Care Act will come "in a couple of weeks." "We are going to be submitting in a couple of weeks a great healthcare plan that's going to take the place...
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President Trump is in Florida for a campaign-style rally
The WeekBonnie Kristian
President Trump traveled Friday to Florida, where he will stay at his Mar-a-Lago resort for the weekend and hold a large, campaign-style rally Saturday afternoon. The event is hosted in an airport hangar in Melbourne, Florida, up the coast from the hotel,...
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Morning Report: SANDAG Has a Flawed Explanation for Its Flawed Forecast
Voice of San DiegoAndrew Keatts
What benefits do VOSD members get? Internal emails and a presentation given to executives in December 2015, though, contradict that claim. When SANDAG staffers found the problem and presented it to agency executives, they explicitly and unequivocally connected the forecast’s error and...
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Editorial: Give Seema Verma a chance
Modern HealthcareMerrill Goozner
Seema Verma, the Indiana consultant who injected personal responsibility requirements and health savings accounts into that state's Medicaid program, deserves a shot at working with other states that want to redesign their programs. She repeatedly testified last week that her main goal...
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Insurers Voice Concern Over House GOP's Outline for Health Law Repeal
The Wall Street JournalAnna Wilde Mathews
House Republicans’ outline of an Affordable Care Act repeal plan left health insurers increasingly worried about the future of the health law’s exchanges, despite a Trump administration proposal earlier this week aimed at providing stability. The new House Republican plan, whose backers...
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Repeal and Replace Panic
The Wall Street Journal
In the 2009 ObamaCare debate, White House aide David Plouffe told nervous Democrats “no bed-wetting,” meaning keep calm and all will be well. House Democrats went on lose 63 seats in 2010, but the double irony is that Mr. Plouffe’s advice now...
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The Republican “Plan” to Replace Obamacare Includes a Huge Assault on Abortion Access
SlateJordan Weissmann
Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images In an attempt to project some semblance of party unity and momentum, House Speaker Paul Ryan unveiled the latest Republican roadmap for replacing the Affordable Care Act this week. It is not the most detailed document—more a...
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