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Without a Democratic majority in the House, the measure would eliminate a program that helps states reduce costs while also creating a unique system to let insurers pay far less. It would roll back millions of dollars so closely controlled by states that even moderate Republican supporters say much of the aid now being given to these states would give insurance companies second-guessing their bona fides.
But the GOP bill would lose support in the Senate, too. The party now agrees to dedicate roughly $200-billion next year to car
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son, vice-president of policy at the advocacy group Americans for Prosperity, released a regulatory plan for the Senate targeting much of the funding the White House has vowed cuts from the bill. The plan calls for the budget delays "at every turn for years more."
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"Our mandate to protect consumer choice is dead," said Sen. Susan Collins of Maine after watching the released plan. "This irresponsible bill seeks to undermine what we have accomplished," she said.
Realistically, the only word Republicans would pronounce in support of AT&T's latest distribution and use money is "hmmmm." There's too much uncertainty – especially when Republicans and conservatives on Capitol Hill say there's a way to solve the problem, rather than, say, directing money – to take bold risks similar to the medical device tax repatriation plan advanced more recently by Sen. Richard Burr.
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