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GOP's Latest Health Care Bill Is In Big Trouble

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Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine On GOP Attempts To Revise Obamacare

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GOP Health Care Bill Appears Dead After Sen. Collins Declares Opposition

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GOP Lawmakers Present Revised Version Of Graham-Cassidy Health Bill

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American Hospital Association CEO Explains His Opposition To Graham-Cassidy Bill

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U.S. Capitol Police remove a protester from Monday's Senate Finance Committee hearing on the Graham-Cassidy health care plan to repeal Obamacare. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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GOP Tweaks Current Effort To Replace Obamacare

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Republicans Left With 1 Week To Pass Health Care Bill Without Democratic Votes

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A Look At How The Graham-Cassidy Bill Would Affect Kansas

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A Canadian Doctor Explains How Her Country's Single-Payer Health Care System Works

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The Future Of Graham-Cassidy In Doubt

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Two-year-old Robbie Klein of West Roxbury, Mass., has hemophilia, a medical condition that interferes with his blood's ability to clot normally. His parents, both teachers, worry that his condition could make it hard for them to get insurance to cover his expensive medications if the law changes. Jesse Costa/Jesse Costa/WBUR hide caption

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Late Night Show Sharpens Tone As Jimmy Kimmel Revives Health Care Debate

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Cancer Patient Says Condition Will Dictate Life Choices With ACA Repeal

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As Deadline Looms For GOP Health Care Push, Colorado Governor Talks Own Bipartisan Plan

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Health Care Policy Expert On GOP Bill: Will Allow Equality And Better Decision-Making Among States

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Charlene Yurgaitis gets health insurance through Medicaid in Pennsylvania. It covers the counseling and medication she and her doctors say she needs to recover from her opioid addiction. Ben Allen/WITF hide caption

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Protesters rally against Medicaid cuts in front of the U.S. Capitol in June. Medicaid is the nation's largest health insurance program, covering 74 million people — more than 1 in 5 Americans. Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call/Getty Images hide caption

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