Anyone could have the senatorial treatment Thursday night at Reagan National.
The White House released a video Wednesday outlining ways that Obamacare “has failed the American people” as part of its bid to repeal and replace the law.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) on Tuesday announced the latest move in Democrats’ ongoing effort to slow down the Senate in opposition to the Republican push to repeal Obamacare.
Tuesday night’s debate between Democrat Jon Ossoff and Republican Karen Handel is being complicated by questions into whether the AARP—which launched a $226,000 ad campaign on Tuesday targeting Republican health care legislation—is sponsoring WSB-TV’s debate.
A majority of Americans, 54 percent, believe that the American Health Care Act, the Republican replacement to Obamacare, fulfills at least some of President Donald Trump’s promises on health care, according to a poll from Kaiser Family Foundation.
The final version of the American Health Care Act, which House Republicans passed as their replacement for Obamacare, is now estimated to reduce the deficit by $119 billion from 2017 to 2026, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
The majority of Democratic senators facing reelection in 2018 in red states have not introduced any legislation that would replace or reform Obamacare.