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Trump’s opioid commission’s recommendations fly in the face of Republicans’ healthcare overhaul plans

Experts are praising the plan, but Republicans could be a roadblock to some of the biggest solutions to the opioid crisis.

The Senate voted down a single-payer healthcare system — and there’s a specific reason Bernie Sanders opposed it

The plan, introduced as an amendment to the House bill by Republican Senator Steve Daines of Montana, was called the Expanded & Improved Medicare For All Act.

The Senate just rejected a plan to repeal Obamacare without a replacement

The repeal bill was part of a series of afternoon votes and required 51 votes to pass.

‘Literally hundreds’ of amendments and 20 hours of debate: Here’s what to expect for the healthcare bill over the next few days

Cowen analyst Chris Krueger breaks down what to expect in the 20 hours of debate on the healthcare bill happening, followed by a "vote-a-rama."

The GOP’s healthcare bill faces a critical vote on Tuesday — but it’s still unclear which bill that is

The Senate's expected to vote on a healthcare bill this week, though which bill they will vote on is still unknown.

CBO: Senate GOP’s healthcare bill projected to get even more devastating for poor Americans over time

One of the fiercest debates over the Republicans' healthcare plan has been its proposed cuts to Medicaid, and one detail could make it worse.

The GOP healthcare fight is creating a lot of uncertainty around health startups that flourished under Obamacare

The Senate and House bills, if one should pass into law, could drastically change the healthcare environment that the companies got their start in.

How the GOP healthcare plan could affect Planned Parenthood

Millions of people, particularly low-income Americans, rely on Planned Parenthood for basic healthcare like cancer screenings, contraception, and abortions.

Trump confirms he called the Republicans’ healthcare bill ‘mean’

The president appeared to confirm reports that he called the House's healthcare mean and asked the Senate to be more "generous."