Sen. Susan Collins of Maine discussed the warm welcome she received in Maine after her vote against the so-called "skinny repeal" bill, and shot down the Trump administration's talking points on "insurance bailouts."
Sen. Susan Collins on CNN's State of the Union discusses the warm welcome she received in Maine after she voted against the GOP's "skinny repeal" bill, the fact that Trump's threats won't change her vote, and knocks down the talking point that payments to subsidize low income Americans are a "bailout" for the insurance companies.
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The Affordable Care Act hasn't stopped insurance companies from seeking new and creative ways to shift costs to consumers.
If only they'd hire enough people to answer the phones. If only their computer systems worked.
The costs of Republican repeal are simply too high -- and these are the faces of those who will hurt the most.
Fox's Hume does his best to deflect the blame for insurance companies once again doing what they can to avoid paying out health benefits.
I've heard a lot of concern trolling by the pundits in the media over whether insurance rates are going to rise if not if enough young and healthy people sign up for the exchanges under the Affordable Care Act over the last few months, but this is the first time I've heard anyone explain that there are some protections for the insurance companies written into the law to prevent that from happening.
The RNC apparently believes viewers of The Daily Show are idiots if they think this new ad campaign of theirs is going to make any headway with them.
Insurance companies, Obamacare, and the Tea Party's health care position...in 60 seconds.
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