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Donald Trump Sued by 18 States

Jon Sharman the Independent
Donald Trump sued by 18 states for ending key Obamacare payments with executive order. Move to end subsidies for lower-income customers 'breathtakingly reckless', says New York's attorney general

Obamacare Is Only 'Exploding' in Red States

Dean Baker Los Angeles Times
Because Republicans have been so successful in keeping many of their residents from getting insurance, they think the country should trust them to overhaul heath care.

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Hundreds of Thousands of Workers Could Lose Their Jobs if Senate Health Bill Passes

Alexia Fernandez Campbell Vox
"It’s unclear exactly how many jobs are on the line. But public health experts at George Washington University estimate that 912,000 health care workers in the United States could lose their jobs if Congress rolls back the Medicaid expansion and removes tax credits to help people buy private insurance."

G.O.P. Senators Might Not Realize It, but Not One State Supports the A.H.C.A.

Christopher Warshaw and David Broockman New York Times
It’s no secret that the American Health Care Act is unpopular. In recent national polls, only about 29 percent of Americans support the bill. It is the most unpopular piece of major legislation Congress has considered in decades — even more unloved than TARP (“the bailout”), and much more unpopular than the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
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