Senate Democrats Do Not Have The Votes To Block The Gop Health Care Invoice, So What Can They Do?

“I call her Anchorage office, her Juneau office, her Fairbanks office, her Washington office,” Powell said.
She said the groups are focusing on big-picture ideas, like projections the legislation would lead to higher health care costs for many Americans.
And to pay for that, we’re taking away health care from millions and millions of Americans.
The Congressional Budget Office’s projection that an additional 22 million people would be uninsured if the Senate bill becomes law has been easy to communicate, as well.
“The push to repeal key parts of the Affordable Care Act will succeed or fail based entirely on Republican votes.

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