Imagine your spouse’s death is imminent. You’ve cared for each other and for each other’s family members for over five decades, but now your spouse’s condition is rapidly deteriorating. Hospice care is no longer enough for their daily needs, so you place them in a nursing home, while continuing to spend as much time with them as possible.
The health care bill passed by the House on Thursday is a win for the wealthy, in terms of taxes. While the Affordable Care Act raised taxes on the rich to subsidize health insurance for the poor, the repeal-and-replace bill passed by House Republicans would redistribute hundreds of billions of dollars in the opposite direction.
Some Republican senators are not happy with the new health care bill that passed in the U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday. While President Donald Trump considers the bill, which passed with a 217-213 vote, to be a major legislative victory, the Senate has yet to formally deal with the bill.
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President Trump delivered a victory speech in the Rose Garden at the White House on Thursday, shortly after the U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill to repeal and replace major parts of Obamacare.
After intense days of pressure from constituents and House leaders, all 14 California House Republican joined their colleagues Thursday to vote for a GOP roll back of the Affordable Care Act. Here’s all their votes: The act, which government estimates have said could lead to 24 million fewer Americans with health insurance and substantially affect both those on Medicaid and with employer provided insurance, passed the House 217-213.