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Louisiana's US senators support start of health care debate

26 Juillet 2017

Republican Senator John McCain of Arizona returned to the Senate floor to cast the decisive "aye" vote, and then proceeded, within moments of casting said vote, to give a long speech hypocritically calling for a return to "regular order". Shelley Moore Capito of West Virginia, said they would not vote for a repeal without an alternative health care plan or cuts to Medicaid. The Senate could then pass an amendment to substitute the House bill with a Senate bill such as the Better Care Reconciliation Act.

Thune says he is still optimistic that Senate republicans can find a compromise on repealing the Affordable Care Act. Jerry Moran of Kansas joined three other Republican senators in opposing the Better Care Reconciliation Act, killing its chances of passing the Senate in its current form. For years, women have been discriminated against as their health care cost premium reflected their ability to have children.

Sister Simone Campbell, a Sister of Social Service and executive director of Network, a Catholic social justice lobbying organization, personally delivered a letter to US senators July 24 urging them to reject the Better Care Reconciliation Act and any proposals that would repeal the Affordable Care Act or cut Medicaid.

"And finally, I want to thank Senators Patty Murray and Maria Cantwell for their hard work defending the people of Washington". From there, he may first ask for a vote on the straight repeal of the Affordable Care Act.

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"Today is a shameful day for the U.S. Senate", Podlowski said.

Leaders of influential conservative organizations took a moment to cheer the Senate's vote to advance efforts to repeal Obamacare on Tuesday-but there is sober recognition that Republicans remain sharply divided over the details of that process.

That's how we make America great again.

Louisiana's US senators support start of health care debate