As the Senate got down to the business of gutting the American healthcare system and denying tens of millions of citizens access to affordable health insurance, a group of angry protesters interrupted the proceedings with a final desperate plea.
On Monday, GOP Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced that the GOP’s much-maligned “Better Care Reconciliation Act” was headed toward a make-or-break vote in just 24 hours.
The GOP’s healthcare implosion has shown, once and for all, just how inept President Donald Trump really is.
After two days of protests, a group of disability activists were arrested and removed from Colorado Republican Senator Cory Gardner’s Denver office on Thursday, in the latest emotionally charged skirmish over the GOP’s ongoing efforts to gut American healthcare as we know it.
You’ve got to hand it to GOP for doing what many thought was impossible: taking an incredibly unpopular healthcare bill and, after weeks of secret meetings, making people hate it even more!
No amount of stress balls has been sufficient to get us through the past couple days since the GOP-controlled House passed the abominable American Health Care Act, more aptly described as Deathcare. We are probably all guilty of cursing to no end, yelling at the TV, and fighting the urge to throw the laptop against…
GOP lawmakers will try, with all their might, to justify their very unpatriotic and cruel vote this week to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, potentially leaving millions without access to vital health care services.
The press secretary for House Speaker Paul Ryan, AshLee Strong, has had it with people bothering her when she’s trying to mislead the public on the Republican health care bill.
Republican congressman Chris Collins (NY-27) is a pretty busy guy. So busy, in fact, that when it comes to condemning millions of people to die because they can’t get health care, he can’t even be bothered to read the actual bill he’s voting for.