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The Trump administration is once again reviving the health care debate, asking federal courts to overturn two of the most popular provisions of the Affordable Care Act.
Sen. Susan Collins, one of the key votes on the Senate tax bill, laid out her concerns with the sweeping legislation in a Sunday interview.
Trump announced he will stop paying the critical subsidies on Thursday, which he said rendered the ACA "dead."
The Trump administration believes the birth control mandate could lead to “risky sexual behavior.”
The clock is running out for Republicans to make good on their seven-year promise to repeal President Barack Obama's signature domestic achievement.
Trump called for the elimination of the Senate filibuster in a Saturday morning tweetstorm.