Talking Points: Working Together To Fix Health CarePresident Donald Trump’s health care bill went down to defeat last week with conservatives rebelling at what they called "Obamacare-lite."
MN Politicians Weigh In On GOP Health Care Bill Falling ThroughRepublican leaders canceled the vote to repeal and replace the ACA because they failed to win enough support in the House.
House GOP, Short Of Votes, Withdraws Health Care BillPresident Donald Trump had demanded a House vote and said if the measure lost, he would move on to other issues.
House Republicans Postpone Health Care VoteThe GOP plans to meet behind closed doors Thursday night to consider their next steps.
Wis. Lawmaker Says People Are 'Terrified' Over GOP Health Care PlanA Democratic state lawmaker says people in her Madison legislative district are "terrified" about changes being proposed to the federal health care law.
4 Things To Know: London Attack, Health Care Vote & MoreFrom arrests made in London's deadly terror attack to a big vote on the Obamacare replacement, here are the four things to know for Thursday, March 23.
For Older Americans, Costs To Rise Under GOP Health Care PlanAmong the groups hardest hit by the Republican plan to replace the Affordable Care Act is one that swung for Donald Trump during last year's presidential race — older Americans who have not yet reached Medicare age.
Hundreds Gather Across State To Oppose ACA RepealHundreds of Minnesotans who oppose the repeal of the Affordable Care Act held meetings across the state Saturday.
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Conservatives Call For Changes To GOP Health Care BillOhio Republican Rep. Jim Jordan, a member of the Freedom Caucus, says he and other conservatives have been working with the White House on changes to the Republican health care plan.
Texas Bill Would Fine Men $100 For MasturbatingRep. Jessica Farrar says her bill highlights the obstacles women face "that were placed there by legislatures."
MDHS: 1.2M Minnesotans Will See Reduced Coverage Under GOP Health Care BillRepublican lawmakers insist their health care plan will be cheaper and cover more people than the Congressional Budget Office predicts.