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Republicans are rallying behind a new bill that hasn't had any hearings, hasn't gotten a budget score, and hasn't even been written yet, all so that they can try to ram through their old bill that they just decided they don't have the votes for.
Noncompete agreements are the new oath of fealty.
Republicans only have a plan to have a plan to eventually make a plan on health care, but that's not Trump's fault.
The bill would cut the most from a program that helps those with the least.
His plan would allowed insurers to sell useless insurance plans at low prices while making plans that actually cover medical care prohibitively expensive.
The GOP plan to save their health-care bill doesn't really give up on tax cuts for the rich. It just delays them.
How Trump's "insurance for everybody" turned into 22 million people losing coverage.
Let them pay a third of their income in deductibles is the new 'Let them eat cake.'
The Senate plan is an inspiring piece of legislation for everyone who thought Robin Hood was picking on the wrong people.
Something’s out of whack when Jimmy John’s sandwich chain makes its workers promise not to go to any competitor for at least two years.