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Continued Opposition To Revised Healthcare Bill

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News video: Continued Opposition To Revised Healthcare BillJerry MoranJerry Moran
On Monday, Republican Senators Mike Lee and Jerry Moran delivered a serious blow to the legislation when they announced their opposition to a revised Republican healthcare bill. In a statement, Moran said, "We must now start fresh with an open legislative process to develop innovative solutions that provide greater personal choice, protections for pre-existing conditions, increased access and lower overall costs for Kansans.”


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