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Pass this bill the way it is, and that is exactly what will happen. In some ways it's even worse. I will continue to stand with my fellow mayors and the American people to fight for real, affordable health care for all . "So, it's been good for Colorado hospitals to have what had been a large population of non-paying customers suddenly have a way to pay their bills", said Hanel.
  • Rubio a maybe, Nelson a no on Republican health care bill

    Rubio a maybe, Nelson a no on Republican health care bill

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    The Senate bill keeps the Obamacare protections for people with pre-existing conditions . "The president is pleased the process [is] moving forward swiftly in Congress and he looks forward to seeing a finalized bill on his desk so that we can finally repeal and replace Obamacare before it completely collapses".
  • Jury deliberations begin in police shooting

    Jury deliberations begin in police shooting

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    Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm said , "We pursued it aggressively and we presented a strong case". "You can not base your judgments on what the public sentiment is". MCEVERS: Marge Pitrof of WUWM in Milwaukee, thank you so much. "It's better that you're here to make our community great". Marge Pitrof from member station WUWM in Milwaukee is with us now.
  • GOP Senators Not Yet Ready To Support Health Care Bill

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    Like the U.S. House's health-care proposal, the Senate plan proposes cutting federal spending on Medicaid . Republicans hold 52 out of 100 seats in the Senate and the latest bill is created to thread the needle to find an agreement between the party's conservative and more moderate wings.
  • Former Molina CEO calls Senate health-care bill 'heartless'

    Former Molina CEO calls Senate health-care bill 'heartless'

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    Unlike the House version of the healthcare bill , the Senate's preserves a system of tax breaks for low-income Americans to help them purchase insurance, though the amount of those subsidies and the number of people eligible is less than the ACA provides.
  • Japan: Missing US sailors found dead in Fitzgerald destroyer

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    After a search through twisted wreckage and flooded cabins, the Navy said it had recovered the bodies of the seven sailors who had been declared missing after the accident early Saturday . At this point, the U.S. Navy has not formally confirmed the identities of the other deceased sailors . Rigsby proudly wrote on his Facebook page that he was a Gunner's Mate in the United States Navy.
  • Forecast: Afternoon Showers May Darken The First Day Of Summer

    Forecast: Afternoon Showers May Darken The First Day Of Summer

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    Showers and thunderstorms are likely for tomorrow night, with temperatures holding in the 70s and high humidity. There could be some brief torrential downpours as some of the tropical moisture from the remnants of Cindy gets entrained into the storm system.
  • Dog involved in Lancaster attack to be euthanized

    Dog involved in Lancaster attack to be euthanized

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    Police tell pennlive.com the dog, a male weighing 66 pounds, broke through a fence behind a home at about 5 p.m. Monday. It was raining, so it slipped right off. It would also largely retain the subsidies Obama provided to help millions buy insurance, which are pegged mostly to people's incomes and the premiums they pay.
  • Alabama warns of floating fire ants in floods

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    The National Weather service has warned that the storm could cause "life-threatening flash flooding". Tropical Storm Cindy pushed ashore along the Louisiana coast Thursday morning, delivering high winds, rough surf and heavy rain.
  • GOP senators confronted at DC airport by spontaneous health care protest

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    This act will also look to cut off federal funding to abortion providers, as previously mentioned. But Cornyn, a member of Senate leadership, fought hard for the bill on the Senate floor Thursday morning. Rather, their decline will continue apace. States can not seek waivers that would allow insurers to charge more based on health. However, this mandate does not apply to students, pregnant women or the disabled.
  • Dem Candidate Vows Not to Support Pelosi for Leadership Post if Elected

    Dem Candidate Vows Not to Support Pelosi for Leadership Post if Elected

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    The fact that that level of investment failed to pay off with a win against a Republican candidate widely viewed as uninspiring left Democrats frustrated and dispirited heading into the 2018 midterm elections. Why the relentless focus on the Democratic congresswoman from San Francisco? They managed to win, but by margins significantly slimmer than their predecessors.
  • US officials lift Yellowstone-region grizzly bear protection

    US officials lift Yellowstone-region grizzly bear protection

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    Interior Secretary Zinke. There used to be about 50,000 grizzly bears ranging over large parts of North America but their population dropped substantially in the 1850s due to widespread hunting and trapping. Matt Hogan , the deputy regional director for the Fish and Wildlife Service's eight-state Mountain-Prairie Region, said he is confident that the science behind the decision and the management plans the states will follow will withstand any lawsuit.