The proposal would impose long-term federal spending cuts on the program. Republican Senator Rand Paul (Kentucky) said, "It keeps the preexisting condition, keeps the regulations, and then subsidizes the death spiral". The House's version of the bill, which passed that chamber in May , is a repeal and replacement of the Affordable Care Act . Obviously that means his vote could change once the bill gets amended, but it might be slightly tricky considering his reason for opposing AHCA: ...
But under Senate rules, the bill must save $133 billion - the exact same as the House measure - which leaves Trump and Senate Republicans with little flexibility on spending. In reality, the bill phases out the Medicaid expansion and makes additional cuts, slashing 14 million people from the program. "Now the president agrees with us".
In fact, what it does to is provide a significant tax cut to wealthy Americans, and it will raises costs-especially for seniors. "This bill may change, but Republicans will only be putting lipstick on a devastating blow to Americans' health care", said Sen.
That might make the current case go away and also could give rise to new legal challenges. Roberts said he was not troubled by the majority's "bottom-line conclusion" that the property owners were not entitled to compensation. "[The Murrs] have not suffered a taking.as they have not been deprived of all economically beneficial use of their property". Supreme Court Justice nominee Neil Gorsuch testifies on the second day of his Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing in ...
Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., who counted Hassanen among his constituents, was one of many political figures who attended. Joshua Salaam, a chaplain at the ADAMS Center, said police "have given us complete confidence" but the community is struggling because Hassanen was beloved by so many and known for her kind spirit.
In the past, the group also claimed responsibility for similar hacks in the past in Richland County, Wisconsin and in places such as Aberdeen, Scotland. When asked about the outage on the Brookhaven site, a spokeswoman who answered the phone at the NY town's police department simply offered a "no comment".
Elizabeth Warren "somebody that's just got a lot of hatred". "I want to see a bill with heart", he said, confirming a switch from his laudatory statements about the House bill at a Rose Garden ceremony with House GOP leaders last month. "I'm not voting for something that looks just like Obamacare". Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said the bill's chances of passing are 50-50, insisting that Democrats would do "everything we can to fight this bill, because it's so devastating for the ...
The defendant, Dominique Heaggan-Brown, a Milwaukee officer for three years until he was sacked last fall, had been charged in December with first-degree reckless homicide , a crime that could have meant as many as 60 years in prison. It happened less than two seconds after the first. This is the moment Smith was shot twice - once before, and once after he threw the gun. Officer Heaggan-Brown, 25, did not testify at the trial.
Wisconsin Republicans dispute the assertion that they intentionally engineered a biased map, arguing that partisan skews in the map reflect a natural geographic advantage they have in redistricting as a result of Democrats clustering in cities while Republicans are spread out more evenly throughout the state.
This time I did. "My leadership is recognized by many around the country". The Democratic Party seems to be in disarray especially after the disastrous elections that many had expected to expose Trump's weaknesses, however, it did quite the opposite.
Conrad Roy was 18 when he died in July 2014 of carbon monoxide poisoning after locking himself in his truck. According to The Boston Globe , Dr Breggin reviewed the texts and Facebook messages between Carter and Mr Roy , describing the former as being overwhelmed by her boyfriend's suicide obsession.
Rapper Lil' Kim is reportedly a "person of interest" in an ongoing LAPD investigation into an alleged robbery incident early on Sunday morning at a house that Kim had rented in Los Angeles for a BET Award party. Lil Kim worked with Mobb Deep on their remix for 1999's "Quiet Storm", which was released as a single from the duo's Murda Muzik album. Kim, born Kimberly Denise Jones , did jail time in 2005 after being convicted of three counts of conspiracy and one count of perjury regarding ...
Several journalists and other people at McConnell's office tweeted the chaotic events as they unfolded, showing that numerous protesters who were removed were using wheelchairs and other medical devices. There are provisions in this draft that represent an improvement to our current health care system but it does not appear this draft as written will accomplish the most important promise that we made to Americans: to repeal Obamacare and lower their health care costs.
But tweaks to appease the four conservatives could alienate Heller and other moderates, or vice versa. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.), speaking on ABC's "This Week", said he believed the bill has a "50-50" chance of passing.
The Harvard-Harris poll shows 64 percent of voters said the investigations are hurting the country, while another 56 percent said they'd like to see Capitol Hill and the press move on to another issue, The Hill reported. Forty-eight percent of independents believe the media has overdone it. Trump's approval ratings could stand to rise if he were to focus more on leading than getting into spats on Twitter, one polling expert told NBC News .
Five GOP senators now do not support the measure. This is a bad bill for West Virginia, and it was made worse because in the rush to pass it, House Leadership skipped the hard work of writing our laws and put politics ahead of policy. "The Medicaid cuts are the part of the Senate bill that probably give us the most heartburn", Moller said. The strategy follows Trump's seat-of-the-pants approach on health care in the House that nearly unraveled and exposed painful rifts among ...
Then again, no White House ever seems to support new limitations on its power or flexibility, regardless of the situation. "I'm concerned about it, but I don't really have the ability to dictate what the White House says to the House", Sen.
The mistrial was the third time in a week that jurors weighing a fatal shooting by a police officer did not convict the officer involved, following acquittals in other cases. This morning, jurors told the judge they were deadlocked, and the judge sent them back to continue deliberations, said ABC affiliate WCPO in Cincinnati .
The verdict "tells African-Americans across the country that they can be killed by police officers with impunity, even when they are following the law", said Cederic Richmond, chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus. Officers say that four of the protestors didn't comply and they were arrested. Yanez proceeded to tell him not to reach for it, to which Castile replied that he wasn't.
The secrecy behind the GOP Senate leadership's draft of the health care bill is hard to believe. Mitch McConnell and a select few Republican members of the Senate are now drafting a piece of legislation that represents one-sixth of our nation's economy and jeopardizes the healthcare of millions of Americans - and nobody, not even the people who will be voting on its passage - has any idea of what's in it.
Anthony, Minnesota, police officer Jeronimo Yanez . The film shows the officer who pulled over Philando Castile politely telling the driver his brake lights were out and calmly instructing him not to pull out his handgun, before suddenly drawing his own weapon and firing seven rounds into the auto.
President Donald Trump spoke at the White House, saying Scalise's condition is more hard than initially thought. Democrats sent the trophy they earned to Scalise's office after the game. The GOP lawmakers' team was taking batting practice when gunshots rang out and chaos erupted. Thompson spoke about oil in his district, then shifted to comments on the "horrific" events of Wednesday.
Louis Metropolitan Police Department, CBS News reports . It is reported that the seven officers involved in the shooting have been placed on administrative leave which is department policy. That officer, a 36-year-old who has been on the force for eight years, did not recognize the man when he mistakenly shot the off-duty cop, an 11-year veteran of the force.
The metro Atlanta area - specifically neighborhoods north of Interstate 20 - could see about half an inch of rain over the weekend through scattered showers, forecasters said. Entire colonies of stinging insects could become dislodged by flooding, threatening the safety of both humans and animals as they drift toward populated areas.
Saturday after the girl, from Greenwood, Delaware, fell from the Sky Ride attraction. Authorities say girl was riding the attraction and fell about 25 feet from a stationary two-person auto, striking a tree before landing in the crowd below.
In California, Medi-Cal covers almost 14 million, including half of the state's children and two-thirds of seniors in nursing homes . Some of the steepest cuts would be to the commonwealth's Medicaid expansion , which covers 716,000 lower-income people statewide.
The Storm Prediction Center says severe weather is still possible in an area reaching from the Deep South to western Pennsylvania as remnants of Cindy move northward. Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement said. The southeast corner of the state from El Dorado to south of Pine Bluff through Helena West-Helena is under a slight risk for severe weather and could see severe storms as early as Thursday afternoon and evening.
Democrats remain deeply upset about Trump's win and by his presidency, and frustrated over how to channel the energies of a restive and angry base. After winning the game 11-2, the Democrats gave their trophy to Republican manager Rep. Speaking on the House floor, Rep. Glenn Thompson, R-Pa., issued a call to "replace the hateful rhetoric and resistance with respect". There was plenty of amateur-hour baseball in the event, but also some breakout play.
I had the distinct honor and privilege earlier this summer of being the featured speaker for an unbelievable fundraiser in Seattle . 30-year old Charleena Lyles , mother of four and pregnant with her fifth child was killed by two Seattle #police officers on Sunday, June 18.
He said it only benefits millionaires. As we know, the bill was written behind closed doors by Senate Republicans and many Americans, including Sen. The story examined the claim that more Americans will die on the Republican health care plan than the one that is now in place. The measure represents the Senate GOP's effort to achieve a top tier priority for President Donald Trump and virtually all Republican members of Congress.
Col. Jason Heard. The jet's pilot, Captain Erik Gonsalves , had not been released as of Saturday afternoon, according to the Thunderbirds' Twitter feed. The National Weather Service said the Dayton area experienced thunderstorms and high winds. "More details will be released following an aircraft and safety investigation boards".
The 142-page Senate health care bill revealed Thursday was written in secret by 13 white men with little or no expertise on health care issues and no advice from doctors, hospitals or health economists, let alone from the public. The GOP-controlled Senate bill introduced Thursday would phase out federal money to states which opted to expand the low-income health insurance program.
South Dakota Republican Sen. About 123,000 Pennsylvanians over 55 rely on Medicaid for nursing home care, including 80,000 receiving long-term services and supports (LTSS), Casey said . Susan Collins , R-Maine, and Sen. Senate Major Leader Mitch McConnell has defending the process behind the Senate bill, with The New York Times quoting him as saying "Look, we've been dealing with this issue for seven years".
It sent veteran courtroom sketch artist Bill Hennessy to draw Sean Spicer as he briefed reporters. President Donald Trump shakes hands with Sarah Verardo during a signing ceremony of the "Department of Veterans Affairs Accountability and Whistleblower Protection Act of 2017" in the East Room of the White House, Friday, June 23, 2017, in Washington.
Asked if Pelosi should remain the top House Democratic leader in the next Congress, her number two, Rep. Steny Hoyer of Maryland, told reporters "I understand that she is intending to stay" and added "I don't think anybody is going to impeach her".