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Breaking down the Senate's Latest Health Care Proposal Breaking down the Senate's Latest Health Care Proposal
Fri, July, 14, 2017
President of the Foundation for Research and Equal Opportunity Avrik Roy breaks down the Senate Republican's latest proposal to repeal Obamacare.
Senate Republicans' revised health bill increases insurance subsidies and abandons two tax cuts in a fresh bid to repeal Obamacare Senate Republicans' revised health bill increases insurance subsidies and abandons two tax cuts in a fresh bid to repeal Obamacare
Fri, July, 14, 2017
POLITICO Healthcare reporter Sarah Karlin Smith joins us with a look at the Senate Republicans' revised healthcare bill, and outlines the impacts it may have if passed in both houses.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 14, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 14, 2017
Fri, July, 14, 2017
New Senate Health Bill aims to Bridge GOP Gaps, but Resistance Remains, Trump Defends His Son and Plays down Differences with French Leader, and five work from home jobs that can pay over $100,000.
United Against 'Trumpcare,' Democrats Divided on Next Steps United Against 'Trumpcare,' Democrats Divided on Next Steps
Fri, July, 7, 2017
Though they've rallied together against Republican plans to repeal and replace Obamacare, Democrats remain split on the topic of healthcare. Nicole Guadiano from the USA Today explains.
Who Pays when someone without insurance shows up in the ER Who Pays when someone without insurance shows up in the ER
Thu, July, 6, 2017
USA Today's Maureen Groppe breaks down who bears the burden of paying for an uninsured patient who shows up at the ER.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 06, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 06, 2017
Thu, July, 6, 2017
U.S., Russia Spar over Approach to North Korea Threat, Congressmen Steve Scalise's condition worsens, and this zombie survival camp will help you win apocalypse.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 28, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 28, 2017
Wed, June, 28, 2017
Short on Backers, GOP Delays Vote on Health Bill, U.S. Warns Syria Over Chemical Weapons, and 6 gorgeous beach towns where you can actually afford to buy a home.
What does the CBO score on the Senate healthcare bill mean? What does the CBO score on the Senate healthcare bill mean?
Tue, June, 27, 2017
Healthcare Industry Expert for Ameriflex Roger Abrahamson provides analysis on the CBO score issued for the Senate's proposed healthcare bill.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 27, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 27, 2017
Tue, June, 27, 2017
Senate Health Bill raises uninsured by 22 Million in 2026 compared with ACA, the CBO Says, the Supreme Court reinstates Trump's travel ban, but only for some immigrants, and a Canadian becomes the first woman officer to lead the Changing of the Guard.
For Trump, Signs of a Softening Base of Supporters For Trump, Signs of a Softening Base of Supporters
Mon, June, 26, 2017
Five months into his administration, President Trump is growing less favorable among some of his supporters. Janet Hook of the Wall Street Journal details the reasons why.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 26, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 26, 2017
Mon, June, 26, 2017
GOP senators lay out demands on healthcare bill, dozens missing after tourist boat sinks in Colombia, and how T.J. Maxx is bucking the crisis in retailing.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 05, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 05, 2017
Wed, April, 5, 2017
House wants Susan Rice to testify in Russia Probe, GOP relaunches healthcare bid and Indiana town elects Village Idiot.
House leaders brace for the task ahead: selling 'Obamacare Lite' House leaders brace for the task ahead: selling 'Obamacare Lite'
Wed, March, 8, 2017
Washington Post reporter Kelsey Snell joins us with a look at the uphill battle GOP leaders face against in-party opposition to the proposed replacement plan for Obamacare.
Health Care's Bipartisan Problem - The Sick Are Expensive and Someone Has To Pay Health Care's Bipartisan Problem - The Sick Are Expensive and Someone Has To Pay
Mon, January, 16, 2017
Wall Street Journal health policy reporter Louise Radnofsky addresses the problem with any ACA replacement plan.
Is Your State Prepared For A Health Emergency? Is Your State Prepared For A Health Emergency?
Wed, December, 21, 2016
Richard Hamburg, interim CEO of Trust for America's Health gives insight into which states are and aren't prepared for a health emergency.
Why your health care costs keep going up Why your health care costs keep going up
Wed, October, 26, 2016
Sara Collins from the Commonwealth Fund breaks down why health care costs keep going up.
Employers shift higher health care costs to workers Employers shift higher health care costs to workers
Mon, October, 17, 2016
The Wall Street Journal's Rachel Silverman has a look at how employers are handing rising costs in healthcare.
Hillary Clinton Pushed From Left and Right on Health Care Hillary Clinton Pushed From Left and Right on Health Care
Mon, August, 22, 2016
Hillary Clinton is being forced to weigh in on healthcare. Laura Meckler from the Wall Street Journal has more.
60 Percent of Americans Take at Least One Medication 60 Percent of Americans Take at Least One Medication
Mon, November, 9, 2015
More Americans are using prescription drugs to treat their chronic diseases. Jessica Firger of Newsweek discusses some reasons why.
Avoid the Pain of a Surprise Medical Bill Avoid the Pain of a Surprise Medical Bill
Tue, September, 8, 2015
Many Americans say they have been hit with a surprise medical bill. Kelli Grant from CNBC has the story.