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Montana / Special Election / Body Slam / Health Care Bill / A Discussion #1111027

CNN Evening News for Wednesday, May 24, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Audio of what happened between Greg Gianforte††, a candidate for the special election in Montana & "Guardian" reporter Ben Jacobs played; a statement from the candidate's spokesman quoted; details given about CBO financial estimates on the impact of the Republican health care bill & a White House statement on CBO estimates quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's former Labor Secretary Robert Reich & former Trump campaign adviser Steven Moore about the health care bill & CBO score. [REICH - offers views on the impact of the CBO score on the bill, now in the Senate, which will come up with a bill that looks like the ACA.] [MOORE - offers views on Blue Cross/Blue Shield leaving the market in several states, how the Senate will have to rewrite the bill.]

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