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Don't Be Fooled: Cassidy-Graham Is Just as Bad as Other GOP Health Bills
The Senate GOP Is Trying to Force Through their Partisan, Cassidy-Graham ACA Repeal Bill
Cassidy-Graham ACA Repeal Bill Has Same Harmful Impacts as Other Repeal Bills
Closed-Door, Partisan Approach
Outcomes of "Skinny" Repeal
Senator John Cornyn on "skinny" repeal: Medicaid
Senator John Cornyn on "skinny" repeal: House bill template
CBO: Senate GOP Health Bill Dramatically Increases Deductibles
GOP Health Bill Can't Be Fixed: All 5 ACA Repeal Bills Cause More Than 20 Million People to Lose Coverage
What Hasn't Changed in the Senate GOP Health Bill: Premiums Would Increase for Moderate-Income Marketplace Consumers of All Ages
What Hasn't Changed in the Senate GOP Health Bill: Increases Premiums for Older People
What Hasn't Changed in the Senate GOP Health Bill: Millions Lose Coverage
What Hasn't Changed in the Senate GOP Health Bill: Reverses Nearly All ACA Coverage Gains
CBO: Revised Senate GOP Health Bill Still Cuts Medicaid Enrollment Sharply
CBO: Revised Senate GOP Health Bill Cuts Medicaid by $756 Billion
Reported $100 Billion of Additional Funding Comes Nowhere Near Undoing Senate Bill's Coverage Cuts
ACA Repeal-Without-Replace Would Lead to 32 Million Losing Coverage And Individual Market Collapse
CBO: ACA Repeal-Without-Replace Causes Millions to Lose Coverage
CBO: ACA Repeal-Without-Replace More Than Reverses All ACA Coverage Gains
The Bill Isn't Fixed: Latest Version of Senate Health Bill Has Same Harmful Impacts as Original
Senate Bill Cuts Federal Medicaid Spending More Than One-Third By End of Second Decade
Senate Bill to Repeal ACA Would Drive Up Premiums, Reduce Enrollment in 2018
Millions of People of All Ages Would Lose Coverage Under Senate Health Bill
What Hasn't Changed in the GOP ACA Repeal Bill: Coverage Cuts Pay for High-Income Tax Cuts