US governors step in on Obamacare repeal as Senate crafts health care bill
May 17 (Reuters) – A group of about a dozen Republican governors is pushing for its own set of national healthcare reforms, flexing its considerable muscle in the national debate over the future of Obamacare as the U.S. Senate begins writing its bill.
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