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After seven years of a ban that limits growth, restricts competition and harms patients, it is time for Congress to act
We should make it as though the law was never passed.
Congress must take charge, lest we deny America much-needed reforms.
Seven years of this disaster has been enough.
Should the GOP fail to coalesce around a bill, Graham advises Trump to allow Dems to pick up the pieces.
Details of a replacement can be discussed after passing a repeal.
Even if the plan isn’t perfect, it repeals the worst aspects of Obamacare.
Only free market competition can effectively push down healthcare prices.
The price tag on Medicaid expansion is hefty, but losing electorally is even higher.
States need healthcare reform to result in a sustainable, flexible and equitable Medicaid.
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Bipartisanship is needed in Washington, and Ms. Verma is determined to find solutions across party lines.
The Indian Health Service will not be able to deliver quality care without reforms.
It’s as simple as the goal of “universal wearing of clothing” seems to have been.
The legislation to accomplish this would take approximately one page.
Congress shouldn’t repeat Obamacare’s ham-handed approach.
Families cannot afford the same mistake again.
A repeal leaves the door wide open to less costly alternatives.
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