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CBO Warns It Won’t Have Time To Give Full Analysis On Graham-Cassidy Bill

KHN Morning Briefing

That could make it difficult for some Republicans to throw support behind the bill, but it will also allow lawmakers to avoid any damaging headlines until after the vote. The Congressional Budget Office’s “preliminary assessment” is expected next week.

Unveiled Health Care Bills Show Just How Far Apart Parties Are Despite Ongoing Bipartisan Efforts

KHN Morning Briefing

As the Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee races to find bipartisan fixes to stabilize the Affordable Care Act marketplaces, two groups of senators release controversial health care bills designed to replace the current system in very different ways. It’s unlikely either will pass, but those continued efforts shine a light on how difficult it will be to get lawmakers to agree on a solution.

With Their Budget Slashed, These ACA Navigators Are Starting To Think Outside The Box

KHN Morning Briefing

“I’m talking about going to Friday night football games,” says Sharon Barker, a certified navigator, who thinks small local efforts are going to be needed since they won’t be able to rely on national TV ads. Meanwhile, Democrats are asking President Donald Trump to rethink the decision to cut the funding for the program.

New York Opts To Extend Health Law Enrollment Period Despite Shorter Federal Deadline

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“Our goal is to ensure that consumers have adequate time to shop for and enroll in the health plan that is best for their family,” Donna Frescatore, executive director of New York State of Health, says. In other news, Covered California announces premium increases for its small-business exchange.