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The US Senate likely will revise the bill, but 217 House Republicans voted yes. "I was just getting there until you cut me off".
Last week, Kimmel delivered an emotional monologue describing his newborn son's recent life-saving surgery and saying Congress must pass legislation helping people afford health care.
Obama made the remark Sunday night in Boston while accepting the John F. Kennedy Profile in Courage Award. "Thank Paul Ryan and House Republicans for keeping their word and fighting for the health care we deserve".
"This is an act of deliberate betrayal: Everything about Trumpcare is specifically created to do exactly the opposite of what Trump, Paul Ryan and other Republicans said it would", Krugman observes.
House Republicans, including all four from Kansas, fulfilled a key campaign promise by advancing a bill Thursday that repeals much of the Affordable Care Act. Ryan said the House vote was one part of a "multistage process".
She also restates her opposition to any bill that denies Medicaid funding to Planned Parenthood but pointed to several other concerns with the House bill, including whether it offers affordable coverage for people with preexisting conditions.
Democrats are also refusing to participate in any effort to dismantle Mr Obama's law, while some Republican senators object to cutting Medicaid, the federal-state health care programme for the poor and disabled.
The House speaker also said the two recent amendments to the bill were "narrow" and unlikely to change its impact.
But he's defending the House version anyway.
"We're giving states the ability to run their own Medicaid program", Ryan said, arguing that block-granting Medicaid was "hardly draconian". "But it's going to take senators across the Republican conference being willing to sit down in good faith", he stated.
Both spoke on ABC's "This Week".
Even if it gets major revisions in the Senate, the House bill is serving as a baseline for a task force in New Jersey organized by Joseph Vitale, chairman of the state Senate's health committee.
A new digital ad launched by the American Bridge PAC begins with the narrator stating: "They lied to us, making promises that they could not keep" while showing images of Trump, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and Sens.
" And it has yet to be analyzed for cost and effects by the Congressional Budget Office". She says senators will "come up with a whole new fresh approach". For those with serious medical conditions, the costs are exorbitantly higher.
She spoke on ABC's "This Week".
"They are going to be living in the emergency rooms again", potentially driving up health care costs, Kasich predicted.
What the bill does contain is cuts to Medicaid to the tune of $880 billion over 10 years, and tax credits for individual and family health insurance purchases.
The House approved the American Health Care Act late last week, sending it to an uncertain future in the Senate.
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