Lawmakers to give bipartisanship a try on ObamaCare

September 1, 2017
alexanderlamar_mcconnellmitch_murraypattyThe Senate will take a new approach to ObamaCare next week: bipartisanship.

Following the stunning defeat to the GOP’s repeal bill, the Senate Health Committee will turn to passing bipartisan legislation aimed at shoring up insurance markets for 2018.

The odds are against bipartisanship — particularly when it comes to ObamaCare.

President Trump has talked about letting ObamaCare “implode,” suggesting he has little desire to sign legislation improving the markets.

2 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • goldie says:

    Oh sure the dems are willing to work with the gop now – now that 2018 elections are looming; but it won’t do any good. Americans didn’t forget hillarys “What difference does it make?” and we will not forget your dem obstructionism either. Watch out you rinos, you’re next.

  • Webb says:

    Seven years to have a workable solution to a repeal of Obamacare…
    To Date Nothing…
    Get rid of The Mandate, Forcing Everyone to buy a Product Against Our Will…Government Overreach!!
    Caring Less What Happens from there. ..

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