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Senator Murphy calls Cassidy Graham healthcare bill meanest reform yet

Connecticut Senator Christopher Murphy argues that no member of the Senate would have looked at an analysis by the Congressional Budget Office of a healthcare block grant bill sponsored by Senators Bill Cassidy and Lindsey Graham because of its butchered process, a great trick Republicans will have pulled on the country after everybody set a repeal bill was dead, a great head fake. If it was all a lie, all a ruse just to give cover for Republicans to quietly muster support for another devastating assault on the healthcare system, while Democrats looked hopefully had a bipartisan committee process Murphy had participated in. Murphy calls that bill the meanest version of Trumpcare yet, adding that he had never seen a group of public officials so hell-bent on achieving a political goal with such casual disregard for good old-fashioned nonpartisan analysis. While both parties can give and get a product that would build trust on both sides. Murphy says that they will not be time for public polling because no one would understand the bill by the following week, having been done behind closed doors, asking Republicans not to do it to the people of America or the United States Senate but to let a bipartisan process play out and build some good faith together.
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Date created:September 18, 2017
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Clip length:00:05:05:14
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