The comments are a blunt - but defensible - description of the Senate bill, which maintains some of the structure of President Obama's signature Affordable Care Act as it relates to the individual insurance market, and many of its regulations governing health care in general.
He said senators "don't have enough information" to vote on the bill.
Unless those holdouts can be swayed, their numbers are more than enough to torpedo the measure developed in private by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and deliver a bitter defeat for the president.
"You can't take over $800bn out of the Medicaid program and not expect that it's going to have an impact on a rural nursing home that relies on Medicaid for 70% of the costs of its patients", she said.
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The 18-year-old Mbappe, the 20-year-old Dembele and the 21-year-old Lemar total only 16 global appearances between them. With Pogba probing behind, Mbappe and Dembele were electrifying and astutely combined for Dembele's winning goal.
"It's a very complicated situation from the standpoint, you do something that's good for one group and bad for another", he said.
US Senator Ron Johnson is one of the five senators opposing the bill.
"And honestly", he said, "nobody can be totally happy, even without the votes".
All appear ready to negotiate changes before the expected vote ahead of the week-long congressional recess around the July 4th holiday celebrating the U.S.'s 18th century independence from England. The hard, hard right, these thousand very wealthy people, have such dominance in the Republican Party, they've had two goals for decades.
Already five Republican senators have said they can not vote for their party's plan as it stands now, with four them saying it does not go far enough to curb provisions under the Obama law and one saying the cuts in healthcare payments for the poor go too far. "They're not going to go down after the Republican bill". Tammy Baldwin, said Sunday on WISN's "Upfront with Mike Gousha" that many Wisconsinites with health issues are telling her they're "panicked" by the proposed GOP health care changes. "They're doing the same old Washington thing, throwing more money at the problem".
In his budget request to Congress, Trump said he wanted to "cap federal funding for the Medicaid program", and the House and Senate bills would do just that, converting Medicaid from an open-ended entitlement program to a system of per-capita payments for beneficiaries. But she said it will be "extremely difficult" for the White House to be able to find a narrow path to attract both conservatives and moderates.
Two holdout jurors in Cosby trial
Wyatt said Thursday the issue "is bigger than Bill Cosby " and can affect any young person, especially young athletes. However, after over 50 hours of deliberations, a unanimous decision could not be reached on any of the three counts.
Flight to Houston diverted after disruptive passenger
One of the passengers told KHOU a fellow passenger was acting unusual before she even boarded the plane at LAX Sunday morning. According to Southwest Airlines, Flight 4519 was scheduled to go from Los Angeles International Airport to William P.
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In addition to her concerns about Medicaid , Collins has critiqued the bill for blocking funding to Planned Parenthood. In an interview with Fox News Channel, Trump was asked about the four conservatives opposing the bill.
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The new 737 MAX 10 will add to that legacy, providing United with another in a long line of highly successful aircraft. Boeing has a test version of the 737 Max 9 on display at LeBourget airport north of Paris , which hosts the air show.
NDA Kerala Unit urges MLAs and MPs to vote for Kovind
Aware of its chances in the July 17 presidential election, the Opposition now views it as an ideological battle. The counting of votes will take place on July 20. "Kovindji knew my family and my father (late Sonelal Patel)".
Spieth holes bunker shot to win Travelers playoff
Jordan Spieth admitted he got "real lucky" as he edged out Daniel Berger in a play-off to win the Travelers Championship. Berger, three shots off the lead to start the day, birdied three of the final six holes to force a playoff.