The Republican working group is moving forward with its meetings but making little progress, other than clarifying its goal to lower premiums.
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The Senate is starting from scratch on the American Health Care Act. Since the narrow passage of the House repeal bill last week, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has created
A number of House Freedom Caucus members announced their support for an amended ACA repeal/replace bill on Wednesday. Our own Joel Wood dives in (video).
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Express Scripts, a pharmacy benefit manager (PBM), is losing health insurer Anthem as a client, after being accused of not negotiating lower prices for prescription drugs.
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