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CNN Evening News for Thursday, Sep 21, 2017
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The issue of whether pre-existing medical conditions are covered in the latest Senate Republican health care bill {Graham-Cassidy} introduced; President Trump's tweet quoted. What Senator Chuck Grassley told the "Des Moines Register" about the politics behind the bill quoted.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN's Trump supporter David Urban & Christine Quinn about the bill. [URBAN - offer views on whether health care should be handled by one federal government or 50 states getting block grants rather than Obamacare; criticizes Obamacare as failing.] [QUINN - offer views on "shall" or "must" in this legislation so states can waive requirements for pre-existing conditions & health benefits.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) CNN "The Fight Over Obamacare" next Monday noted.

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Cooper, Anderson
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00:07:20

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