Opponents of GOP Health Care Bill Use Delay to Increase Pressure

Wochit Headline News - Monday, 17 July 2017  (1 week ago)
With a Senate vote on the GOP health care bill pushed until at least next week, opponents are using the additional time to build on their efforts to defeat the measure. “Every day that the Senate doesn’t repeal the affordable care act and gut Medicaid is a day that makes it less likely they’ll be able to pass it,” said Ben Wikler, Washington director of the progressive group MoveOn that is opposing the bill.

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