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Jimmy Kimmel rips senator for lying about new health care bill

Jimmy Kimmel rips senator for lying about new health care bill

The TV presenter Jimmy Kimmel has said a United States senator "lied to his face" about a proposed healthcare bill that guarantees medical coverage for families. Lindsey Graham (S.C.) and Bill Cassidy (La.), has emerged as the next front-runner to replace Obamacare's top-down federal structure. After Sept. 30, any bill to change the law would need 60 votes to pass the Senate.

Republicans latest attempt to repeal the Affordable Care Act, also called Obamacare, includes several provisions that would dramatically affect women's health care. Lindsey Graham of SC are co-sponsoring a bill to repeal Obamacare - Vox's Matthew Yglesias called it the party's "final stab" at repealing that legislation.

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), one of Cassidy-Graham's co-sponsors, announced he would hold a hearing next week on health care in the armed services and government affairs committee that he chairs, though that committee does not actually have jurisdiction over the Obamacare repeal bill. "But when he was on this publicity tour, he listed his demands for a health care bill very clearly".

Republican Sens. Lindsey Graham of SC and Bill Cassidy of Louisiana are the sponsors.

"I think OH will do a good job - better than the federal government, probably because we know what the needs are, closer to what those needs are, like the opioid addiction", Portman said. But, he said, "I am politicizing my son's health problems because I have to".

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The late-show host responded on Tuesday night saying, "This guy, Bill Cassidy, just lied right to my face".

The Senate's longshot Obamacare repeal bill is starting to look possible.

While the new bill does not allow states to waive the requirement that keeps insurers from rejecting people with preexisting conditions altogether, the waivers could end up allowing insurers to charge sick people drastically more money for coverage, essentially pricing them out of the market. Medicaid was expanded in IL under Obamacare.

And now, once again, as Republicans look to push through another bill rolling back President Obama's Affordable Care Act ahead of a critical procedural deadline, Baker opposes it. Bill Cassidy (R-LA), one of the sponsors of the bill.

Democrats opposition to the bill has been fierce. The group of governor's would like input more input from them.