Senator Johnson not ready to vote for health care overhaul

"With all of the recently reported electronic surveillance, intercepts, unmasking and illegal leaking of information, I have no idea whether there are "tapes" or recordings of my conversations with James Comey, but I did not make, and do not have, any such recordings", he wrote on Twitter. When Trump stupidly referred to the House bill as "mean", he was nearly certainly referring to the provision in that measure that lets insurers charge higher premiums to those with preexisting conditions in states that have received a waiver from the federal government.

In passing Obamacare, Democrats imposed about a trillion dollars in tax hikes over a decade to finance insurance coverage for about 20 million people, the government estimates, largely through a Medicaid expansion and premium subsidies.

Former US President Barack Obama has slammed the Republican Party's new healthcare bill, which he said would transfer wealth from the poor to the rich. But women, and especially women who are not wealthy, will be especially hard-hit by the Senate bill.

Obama's Facebook post generated quite a bit of attention.

The bill is expected to get a floor vote sometime next week.

"My hope is that the four of us who have announced our opposition will be invited to sit down with the people who wrote the bill, [Senate] leadership, and say, 'What will it take to get you guys behind the bill?'" Paul said.

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Senate GOP bill: Premium subsidies are keyed to income, age and geography, and are more tightly focused on lower-income people. "The difficulty in doing that in a very fragmented Republican caucus and conference, is I don't know if they can get the consensus back together".

Senate Republicans are painting the new plan as less austere than the House bill which, according to a forecast by the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO), would leave 23 million fewer people insured than under current law.

The House approved its version of the bill last month.

It would also end the tax penalties under Mr Obama's law on people who do not buy insurance - the so-called individual mandate - and on larger firms that do not offer coverage to their employees. Instead of the traditional process of committee hearings and debate, the 142-page bill was written with only a select group of Republican senators privy to negotiations about what could spark the most politically contentious vote before next year's midterm elections. "That's just what we're going to continue working to bring them".

Policy experts said that would keep more young, healthy people out of the market and likely create a sicker patient pool.

But regarding the other big news of the day - the future of the nation's health care system - there are plenty of recordings that convey exactly what he said about his plans for health care.

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Rocky Nichols, the executive director of the Kansas Disability Rights Center, said the cuts would affect people who had Medicaid long before the Affordable Care Act expanded it, even in states like Kansas that didn't participate in the expansion.

He said that Democrats did not work "for more than a year in the public square" to pass Obamacare "for any personal or political gain". Now, the nonpartisan analytic arm of Congress says it will have a report on the Senate's version early next week.

The Capitol Police said 15 men and 28 women were arrested and charged with crowding and obstructing.

Aside from the quartet of conservatives, none of the other 48 Republican senators appeared to reject the bill out of hand.

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