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Here’s how the Senate killed their Obamacare repeal, as told through the shifting positions of 11 key GOP senators.
The Senate rejected each of the GOP’s plans to overhaul health care offered this week.
The biggest change loosened insurance regulations, letting companies sell bare-bones plans and charge sick people more than healthy people.
Defenders say it prevents “medical tourism” that destabilizes the marketplace. Opponents say it's just another instance of anti-immigrant sentiment.
The profitable quarter suggests the markets may be stabilizing — though political uncertainty over the future of Obamacare is keeping insurers in suspense.
Republicans in favor of defunding Planned Parenthood often say other health centers could absorb the organization’s patients. But new data show it wouldn’t be so easy.
Appalachia, home to a core Trump constituency, would suffer the most severe coverage losses.
Twelve states would have to quintuple their funding to maintain the expansion.
Putting into perspective just what 22 million people means, it's also equal to the population of the seven largest U.S. cities.
The bill is expected to leave millions uninsured, and millions more with more expensive insurance.