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The next few days will be hell for Republicans on health care
CNN
The floor of the Senate is about to get very interesting. Senators will be asked to endure hours of debate and vote on what could easily be dozens of amendments. Ultimately, they will be tested on whether the GOP can reach a consensus on health care ...
Senate Opens Debate on Health Care, Votes Down Repeal and ReplaceNBCNews.com
Senate advances health care bill as McCain makes dramatic return, Pence breaks tieCNN International
The Senate Is in the Middle of Debating the Future of Obamacare. Here's What's Happened So FarTIME
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CNN International

What's next in the Senate health care debate
ABC News
Despite all the activity on the Senate floor Tuesday -- including a standing ovation for the recently cancer-diagnosed Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., who flew back at the last minute to cast the decisive vote -- the chamber only passed a procedural measure ...
Republicans just dodged political disaster on health careCNN International
The Senate Health-Care Vote and John McCain's Tragic ContradictionsThe New Yorker
John McCain, Sick With Cancer, Returns To Advance Bill That Would Deprive Millions Of Health CareHuffPost
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CNN

Endangered Republicans stick with Trump on key health care vote
CNN
Washington (CNN) The two Senate Republicans in the most jeopardy of losing their seats in 2018 faced a choice in Tuesday's health care vote: Stick with President Donald Trump and face a barrage of Democratic attacks, or break ranks and risk a ...
Key senators say they'll vote to open debate on health billMarketWatch

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Forbes

Crazy Talk: Cable News Cleared To Talk Trump's Mental Health
Forbes
But now, Stat reports, a leading mental health group has advised its members that the longstanding practice of refraining from commenting publicly on the mental state of public figures, known as the "Goldwater Rule," should be lifted. Cable news ...
Here's How To Responsibly Talk About Mental Health In The Public EyeHuffPost
Commenting on Trump's mental health is fine, psychiatry group saysThe Verge
Leading medical group tells members it's OK to discuss Trump's mental health as his behaviour is unprecedentedThe Independent

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USA TODAY

Contaminants in water are legal but still pose big health risks, environmental group says
USA TODAY
Contaminants detected in water samples throughout the country pose health risks but are perfectly legal under the Safe Drinking Water Act, according to data released Wednesday by an environmental advocacy group. “Most people turn on their tap water and ...

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CBS News

Senate begins debate on health care, one major GOP plan fails -- live updates
CBS News
The Senate voted Tuesday in favor on a motion to proceed with debate on the Senate's health care plan to effectively repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. On Tuesday night, the Senate Republican plan to repeal and replace Obamacare failed on a ...

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Seattle Times

Washington health department to remove billboard with anti-pot message aimed at Latino kids
Seattle Times
The Washington State Department of Health is apologizing after some people were offended by anti-marijuana messaging aimed at Latino young people in the Yakima area. The public-health campaign includes advertisements and at least one billboard that ...

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CNN

John Boehner doesn't think Republicans stand a chance of passing health care
CNN
At a health care conference back in February, Boehner said that "in the 25 years that I served in the United States Congress, Republicans never, ever one time agreed on what a healthcare proposal should look like. Not once." He added: "All this happy ...

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CNBC

Here's how much members of Congress pay for their health insurance
CNBC
As members of Congress debate whether to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, it seems fair to ask: How much do they pay for health care? The answer is that, while they don't pay nothing for coverage, they don't pay much. As the myth busting ...

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Minneapolis Star Tribune

Red Lake Indian Reservation declares public health emergency over drug epidemic
Minneapolis Star Tribune
A rampant heroin and opiate epidemic on the Red Lake Indian Reservation has prompted tribal leaders to declare a public health emergency, seek outside help in addressing the crisis and consider the extraordinary step of banishing tribal members ...

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