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If the process has struck you as haphazard, you’re not alone.
For the next 11 days, the GOP has the opportunity to pass health-care legislation with 51 votes rather than 60. That could mean the difference between success and failure.
The Graham-Cassidy plan means the GOP has another chance to fulfill its long-standing campaign promise.
The notice angered Democrats, who planned to use the complete figures to hammer the legislation.
Mitch McConnell has asked budget analysts to fast-track scoring the bill to devolve health care to the states.
GOP leaders tried to reassert control, yet many Republicans agreed in broad strokes with Trump’s goal.
Last week’s deal between Trump and congressional Democrats raised the debt ceiling, funded the government and provided Harvey aid. What else is left to do?
Madeleine Z. Bordallo has received approximately $800,000 from the government of Japan since 2008, the Office of Congressional Ethics said. Bordallo denied wrongdoing.
Leaders of the Republican Study Committee announced their opposition to the agreement, saying it “irresponsibly [ignores] the urgency of reforms.”
“We had a very good meeting with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer,” Trump told reporters.