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The Fix's Amber Phillips discusses the latest in politics and campaigns live with readers.
A new, last-minute version of Cassidy-Graham seems designed to get votes, rather than reform health-insurance policy for the better.
A new poll shows 56 percent of Americans prefer Obamacare to a GOP proposal, which is already hanging by a thread
John McCain just staked his “no” vote on regular order, which can mean a lot of things to different people.
Turns out, repeal is in the eye of the beholder.
Pence was asked on “Fox & Friends” if he can guarantee that the bill protects sick people. He did everything but.
Kimmel understands the bill's impact better than its authors do.
They may not have a vote, but a notable number of governors can — and are — exerting a whole lot of influence on Republican senators.
To have a realistic chance at passing, the vote needs to occur before the end of the fiscal year on Sept. 30.
It doesn't comport with the facts, but it did arguably help get him elected.