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  • Senate to ‘start from scratch’ on health care reform, says Kansas senator

    The fanfare around the May 4, 2017, passage of the U.S. House of Representatives Republican health care bill now means little in the U.S. Senate, where talks on health care reform will start again.

The fanfare around the May 4, 2017, passage of the U.S. House of Representatives Republican health care bill now means little in the U.S. Senate, where talks on health care reform will start again. Andy Marso The Kansas City Star
The fanfare around the May 4, 2017, passage of the U.S. House of Representatives Republican health care bill now means little in the U.S. Senate, where talks on health care reform will start again. Andy Marso The Kansas City Star

Senate to ‘start from scratch’ on health care reform, says Kansas senator

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