President Trump and House Speaker Paul Ryan continue their last-minute push on Thursday to inch the American Health Care Act – Ryan’s vaunted ObamaCare replacement – over the finish line.
House Republicans’ ObamaCare replacement plan was in peril early Thursday after lengthy leadership and committee meetings failed to produce an agreement that would shore up support among conservative members.
House Speaker Paul Ryan said Sunday that Republicans’ ObamaCare replacement bill remains set for a final vote this week but acknowledged members are still “fine tuning” the measure.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) tweeted out a question late on Monday about people’s experiences with Obamacare but did not get the response she was looking for.
A newly released budget analysis of House Republicans’ ObamaCare repeal bill is causing new turbulence for efforts to send a version of the legislation to President Trump’s desk, giving critics of the plan fresh ammunition ahead of a critical committee vote.
Congress is like a computer system. Its constructs are binary — “0” and “1.” Yes and no.
Here are highlights of the legislation unveiled Monday by House Republicans as they move to dismantle former President Barack Obama’s health care law and replace it with a system designed along conservative lines.
The chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee told Fox News’ “Special Report with Bret Baier” Monday that Republicans’ long-awaited plan to replace ObamaCare is “clearly ObamaCare gone and new freedom.”
A Democratic congressman apologized Sunday for a joke he made about a controversial photo featuring Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway.
An Illinois congressman compared town hall meetings, which for many Republicans have turned into raucous affairs, to the practice of “cleansing” by “Orientals.”