"Medicare for All" legislation in the House & Senate would do more than just transform the nation's entire $3.7 trillion Health Care System. It would touch everything – and wade into some of the biggest political fights of our era, including Abortion, Drug Prices & the nation's Immigration Policies. Here are 14 Elements of the plan that you may not know were in there.
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House Democrat Whip James Clyburn (D-SC) said last week that the CoronaVirus created “a tremendous opportunity to restructure things to fit our vision.” But, "By changing the election rules, The Left is setting the stage for them to never lose a Presidential Election again – Ever," says the Public Interest Legal Foundation's Sue Becker.
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) issued a statement after voting in favor of the third coronavirus relief package, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which unanimously passed out of the Senate.
Ways and Means Republican Leader Kevin Brady (R-TX) breaks down the phase three package.
It’s the first time Gallup has ever given President Trump a positive job approval differential since entering office – 49% of the 1,020 participants surveyed between March 13th-22nd say they now approve of the job President Trump is doing, while 45% said they disapprove. Trump’s support is even higher when specifically asked about his handling of the CoronaVirus.
“This grant is especially timely given the disproportionately high toll that COVID-19 has been taking on seniors around the world,”
If granted, the declaration would allow FEMA to provide personal protective equipment (PPE), medical and testing supplies, medical response personnel, and hospital beds for Texans.
Ways and Means Republican Leader Kevin Brady (R-TX) joined Stuart Varney on Fox Business to talk about the federal response to the novel coronavirus.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin announced President Trump’s decision to move the deadline for tax filing to July 15. Taxpayers can still file their taxes and seek a refund now.
The U.S.-Mexico border will close to non-essential travel to limit the spread of coronavirus. “Non-essential travel” includes travel that is considered tourism or recreational in nature.
Governor Greg Abbott signed an Executive Order to expand hospital bed capacity as the state responds to the COVID-19 virus.
This bill will provide much-needed relief for the men and women in Texas whoare hurting as a result of this outbreak, including waivers to allow schools to continue serving meals during temporary closure.
Henry Cuellar (TX-28) calls on President Trump to immediately use the Defense Production Act to address the widespread shortages of crucial materials during the coronavirus pandemic. . .
The spread of COVID-19 represents a serious and unprecedented threat to the health and safety of our communities
“My job is to protect the United States and to secure the borders, not to get prosecutions. If they'll not give confirmation that they're going to return the individual, then we're not going to turn them over. We’ll prosecute them federally, then deport them. It doesn’t really matter the charge,” said U.S. Border Patrol Chief Rodney Scott earlier this week.
In response to COVID-19, over 33 states have closed schools and are concerned about looming federal testing requirements.