Senate Republicans reject Trump's health care bill

The Huffington Post reports that Trump's care bill has been rejected yet again by Republicans.

As Huffington notes: "Sens. Jerry Moran (R-Kan.) and Mike Lee (R-Utah) announced Monday they will not be supporting the latest version of the Senate health care bill — diminishing its chances of passage in its current form."

Moran said, quoted via Huffington: “There are serious problems with Obamacare, and my goal remains what it has been for a long time: to repeal and replace it. This closed-door process has yielded the [Better Care Reconciliation Act], which fails to repeal the Affordable Care Act or address healthcare’s rising costs. For the same reasons I could not support the previous version of this bill, I cannot support this one. We should not put our stamp of approval on bad policy,” he added.

Meanwhile, Lee said that, “after conferring with trusted experts regarding the latest version of the Consumer Freedom Amendment,” he made the decision to not support it. “In addition to not repealing all of the Obamacare taxes, it doesn’t go far enough in lowering premiums for middle class families; nor does it create enough free space from the most costly Obamacare regulations,” he said. 

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