Letters: Pie in the sky - and a poke in the eye

Letters: Pie in the sky - and a poke in the eye

Letters: Pie in the sky - and a poke in the eye

How exactly that will come to be - and whether it will be a blessing or a curse for Republicans in 2020 - is still unclear. "So, without Tom a lot of people wouldn't have health insurance", Romney said in 2015.

"Taking health care dollars and directing them to new innovative approaches".

Susan Collins, a key swing vote in the Senate, is asking the Justice Department to reverse its recent support of a total strikedown of the Affordable Care Act, saying the job of eliminating aspects of the health care law should be left to Congress. And The Hill is reporting that Republicans in the Senate are fearful that they will pay a dear price politically next year because of the lawsuit.

"Without Romneycare, I don't think we would have Obamacare".

But what exactly that is remains a work in progress.

After the administration kicked off the week with its surprise shift to supporting the invalidation of the Affordable Care Act in the Texas case, Trump has been beating the drum constantly, thrusting the thorny issue into the center of the political arena even as federal judges in other cases ruled against him.

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A federal judge's ruling against a type of health insurance plan designed for small business owners has some companies now thinking about what to do next. "No", said economist Gail Wilensky, who headed up Medicare under former Republican President George H.W. Bush. The Republican administration is urging its abolition in court.

"We have a chance of killing Obamacare". (This flies in the face of the government's obligation to defend the statutes passed by Congress, but that's a matter for others to comment about.) Donald Trump said that the Republicans would present a health care plan that would be better than Obamacare, and cost less. "It's good. It's important".

"Was this a good week for the Trump administration?"

Sisters and Tea Party members of Atlanta, Georgia, Judy Burel (L) and Janis Haddon (R), protest the Obamacare in front of the U.S. Supreme Court March 27, 2012 in Washington, DC. The administration on Monday told the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals that it agrees with a lower court ruling that the entire 2010 health law should be struck down.

The tweet comes after he said Barrasso, Scott, and Cassidy were already working together to replace the ACA on Thursday. The president repeatedly grouses that it was the fault of the late Sen.

White House officials were quick to tell CNN that Short had gotten ahead of White House deliberations.

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