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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The backlash reaction to the House passage yesterday of a health care bill to repeal/replace Obamacare introduced; scenes shown from a town hall for Representative Raul Labrador. [LABRADOR - says nobody dies because they don't have access to health care.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Bedminster, New Jersey: Jim Acosta) The future for the House health care bill when it reaches the Senate with possible panic in more town halls, what President Trump said about Australia having better health care, the new talking points about Obamacare dying discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Capitol Hill: Sunlen Serfaty) The implications of the House health care bill for Americans with pre-existing medical conditions, especially women, who could lack affordable coverage examined; details given about the reaction of social media & the options for states. [National Women's Law Center Gretchen BORCHELT- calls this discrimination.] [End Rape on Campus education dir. Sofie KARASEK- expresses concern about rape victims.] [Senator Bob CASEY, HHS Secretary Tom PRICE - offer views on domestic violence.] The bill's provision against Planned Parenthood & the defunding issue discussed.
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Acosta, Jim;
- Serfaty, Sunlen
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