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Here's What the GOP Bill Does to Obamacare's 'Essential Health Benefits'
NBCNews.com
Maternity care. Mental health. Dentist visits for kids. States trying to save money on health insurance are likely to ask to cut these and other services if the latest version of the GOP's health reform bill becomes law, the Congressional Budget Office ...
Patient, Doctor Groups Say New CBO Score Reveals Health Care Bill's FlawsNPR
Americans Realize They Deserve Health Care. So When Will Single-Payer Catch On?Slate Magazine
Health care bill would drive up premiums for millions, CBO findsCBS News
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NPR

Trump's Proposed Budget Would Cut $2.2 Billion From Global Health Spending
NPR
He adds that the shock is all the greater in light of longstanding bipartisan support for global health spending. Overall, Trump would cut the annual global health budget by about 26 percent, or around $2.2 billion in the 2018 fiscal year that begins ...

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The New Yorker (satire)

Republican Health-Care Plan Lacks Coverage for Injuries Resulting from Body Slamming
The New Yorker (satire)
WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—The health-care bill passed by House Republicans earlier this month offers no coverage for injuries suffered as a result of body slamming, according to a report issued on Thursday. The report, released by the ...



CNBC

Pasta demand wanes — even in Italy — as health-conscious consumers see it as a carb demon
CNBC
From Italy to the U.S., the love affair with traditional pasta is cooling as health-conscious consumers see it as a carb demon and are looking to other options. "Across the globe, 'carbophobia' is impacting sales," Mintel said in a report released ...

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Harvard Business Review

3 Health Care Trends That Don't Hinge on the ACA
Harvard Business Review
In early May 2017 Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives voted to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (or Obamacare). Subsequently, Republicans in the U.S. Senate began working on their version of a law to do the same. The House bill ...

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Mother Jones

The GOP Health Bill Would Make Zika the Newest Preexisting Condition
Mother Jones
The controversial GOP health care bill that narrowly passed the House of Representatives this month could have devastating consequences for mothers and children infected with Zika, experts say. The mosquito-borne virus is just one on a nearly endless ...

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New York Times

Trump's Pick for Mental Health 'Czar' Highlights Rift - The New York ...
New York Times
Elinore McCance-Katz has been tapped by President Trump to fill the position of assistant secretary for mental health and substance use. The “czar” position ...

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Washington Post

The more a poll mentions Republicans, the less popular the party's health-care bill
Washington Post
It's clear enough that the American Health Care Act, the Republican bill that would overhaul Obamacare that passed the House earlier this month, isn't very popular. It's unpopular enough, for example, that a candidate for the House in Montana would ...
Poll: 57% disapprove of GOP health care billCNN
New GOP health care bill not just unpopular, it's a liability: pollSalon

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Vanity Fair

A reporter asked a GOP candidate a tough question. Then the candidate allegedly assaulted him.
Washington Post (blog)
The candidate, Greg Gianforte, grew incensed after being asked an impertinent question about whether he supports the GOP's brutalization of our health-care system — and rather than answer, he allegedly brutalized the reporter. According to audio of ...
Republican Candidate Responds to Question About Health Care by “Body-slamming” ReporterVanity Fair
Democrats Target Health Care Bill in Montana's Special ElectionTIME
Greg Gianforte's Montana race a health care bellwetherWashington Times
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Politico

Health care or Russia? Democrats divided on 2018 focus
Politico
The Democratic Party is embroiled in a debate over where they should focus their efforts to win back political power: health care or Russia. The party's campaign committees and many of Democrats' leading super PACs have spent virtually all their energy ...

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