Jan 19, 2017

Paul Ryan: No One Will Be "Worse Off" After Obamacare Repeal | The Intellectualist

CNN.com It’s the scenario Obamacare-hating Republicans have dreamed about: Complete control of Washington. But it’s already clear that killing President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare law won’t be easy even with Congress in Republican hands and Donald Trump moving into the White House next month. Unwinding a healthcare law that serves 20 million people — and at the same time ensuring that...

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