Democratic Senators Tammy Baldwin (D-WI), Debbie Stabenow (D-MI), Sherrod Brown (D-OH) have introduced legislation that would allow people age 55-64 to buy into Medicare. This modified public option would give an additional 41 million Americans access to Medicare.
Six months into the Trump administration, the GOP tune is changing as the president's incompetence, corruption, and unfitness has thrown the entire Republican agenda into a dumpster and set it ablaze.
This week's epic failure to pass any repeal and replace legislation won't be the last effort by Donald Trump and Republicans to dismantle former President Obama's signature achievement.
With two tweets about the Senate vote on health care, Donald Trump proved that he is totally out of it, and has no idea what is going on in the government that he is supposed to be running.
Outside of the White House and the halls of Congress, it's clear that people of all political persuasions recognize how devastating this repeal plan would be to millions of Americans.
Every American wished Sen. McCain well when the sad news of his cancer diagnosis broke last week. When he returns to Washington on Tuesday, he should vote to return the favor.
"President Trump, I will tell you, you will get it, don't worry about it," Trump told the crowd aboard the USS Gerald R. Ford.
The former president reminded us of that, sometimes, we should put politics aside. In doing so, Obama made the country miss him even more than we already did.
The president and his GOP allies in Congress just can't accept the fact that America isn't buying what they're selling.
"I think it's very difficult when you have this overwhelming barrage of new information that unfolds every few days. I think it's obvious."
The fight to stop Republicans from repealing the Affordable Care Act is far from over – and millions of Americans are still at risk of losing insurance and benefits that the current law provides.
If there is an upside for Toomey, it's that Trump's constant social media outbursts are distracting from the disastrous piece of legislation he's trying to push through the Senate.
The fact that Republicans think they could pull one past the former Secretary of State on a complicated policy issue like health care shows just how lost they are.
The gap between what Trump says is in the GOP health care bill and what's actually in it is incredibly wide, meaning Trump probably hasn't even read the thing.
"It has now been more than 150 days of this new administration ... and they have yet to pass a single substantive piece of legislation of any kind."
This command explicitly states that we are not to endanger or harm the lives of other people in any way and also includes the imperatives to help and support people in all of life’s needs.
Republicans are trying to insulate Donald Trump from the potential failure of the health care bill in the Senate by keeping the President far away from the legislation.
The zeal among some Democrats, liberals, and progressives for the Georgia House special election were always emotional. Some are still dealing with an Election Night 2016 hangover and were desperate for a win, but the win that they should be looking for is to defeat Trump on healthcare, not a victory that would net them 1/435th of the House.
Ossoff is focusing not just on the corruption that continues to consume the White House, but the disastrous Republican policy agenda that will bury the middle class.
Trump is making a move that clearly panders to his base of voters, but it's a move that will hurt millions of women in America and make abortion more frequent.