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Trump Vows Deal on Health Care, House GOP Says Let's Try
President Donald Trump said Tuesday night that a deal on health care reform wasn't dead — and vowed it could happen "very quickly," as House Republicans said they were determined to get it done despite last week's self-inflicted bruising defeat.
House GOP Says Health Care Fight Not Over, But Offers No Path ForwardNPR
Republicans not yet ready to abandon health careCNN
How Republicans can regroup on health careNew York Post
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The Boston Globe

Trump tells GOP 'failure is not an option' on health care plan
The Boston Globe
WASHINGTON — President Trump, who has branded himself for decades as a skilled deal-maker, told congressional Republicans Tuesday that “failure is not an option” when it comes to the controversial health reform bill, and reportedly warned lawmakers ...
How The GOP Bill Could Change Health Care, In 8 ChartsFiveThirtyEight
Trump to GOP: Pass health care bill or seal your fateCNBC
A Republican Health Care Bill in Search of a ProblemNew York Times
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Fox News

Hillary Clinton criticizes photo of male Republicans talking women's health coverage
Fox News
Hillary Clinton on Tuesday gave one of her first public speeches since losing the presidential election and criticized the much-circulated photo showing an all-male group of Republican lawmakers last month negotiating women's coverage in health care ...
Hillary Clinton: Failure of 'Disastrous' GOP Health Bill a 'Victory for All Americans'
Hillary Clinton hits Trump on gender diversity, lauds health care resistance effortsABC News

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LA Daily News

County rankings indicate where you live influences your health
LA Daily News
The County Health Rankings look at 30 health factors that impact life spans and people's quality of life, which is measured by the number of people in poor or fair health, the number of residents' self-reported poor physical or mental health days, and ...

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Chicago Tribune

Case against couple accused of $45M health care fraud, keeping indentured servant fizzles
Chicago Tribune
A $45 million health care fraud case against a young north suburban couple has fizzled in stunning fashion in the midst of trial after federal prosecutors admittedly failed to hand over key evidence to defense lawyers. Richard and Maribel Tinimbang and ...

Press Herald

LePage considers starting Maine health insurance plan to replace Affordable Care Act
Press Herald
The governor did not provide details on how he would create a state health insurance system, but suggested it could be modeled on the state's workers' compensation insurance system or a law he and the Republican-controlled Legislature had enacted ...

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PBS NewsHour

Trump pledges 'easy' health care deal after defeat
ABC News
After he spent weeks supporting and lobbying for a Republican-backed health care plan that ultimately collapsed last Friday, President Donald Trump told a gathering of U.S. senators Tuesday night that they were "going to make a deal on health care.".
In Trump country, voters don't blame president for the health care bill debaclePBS NewsHour
If at first you don't succeed: Republicans consider reviving health-care pushCNBC
Trump tells senators: We can deal on health care 'very quickly'Politico
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Kasich calls for health-care flexibility
Toledo Blade
COLUMBUS — Gov. John Kasich on Tuesday told advocates for those with mental health issues that while governors should have flexibility when it comes to providing health care for their citizens, coverage for the mentally ill and addicted should remain ...

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The Denver Post

How Twinkies are riding America's health trend
The Denver Post
Hostess Twinkies, an American icon and one of the nation's all-time favorite snacks, move through the packaging process. By Bloomberg News. March 28, 2017 at 6:06 pm. Sign up for newsletters and alerts · Submit your news tips or photos ...

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New York Times

A Positive Outlook May Be Good for Your Health
New York Times
Researchers are finding that thoughts like these, the hallmarks of people sometimes called “cockeyed optimists,” can do far more than raise one's spirits. They may actually improve health and extend life. There is no longer any doubt that what happens ...

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