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Obamacare Revamp

Is Bernie’s Medicare for all feasible? Should we reinstate the mandate that everyone get health insurance and also set up auto enrollment? Why would employers provide insurance for their employees when the employees can enroll in medicare for free? Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, Vice Provost at the University of Pennsylvania and brother of Rahm Emanuel, joins Dan and Amy to debate healthcare policy.

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What Is GOP Alternative To Socialized Healthcare?

You won’t have to worry about funeral costs under Ocasio-Cortez's socialized healthcare plan but will your coverage be threatened? The GOP is campaigning against socialist health care proposals but what’s their free market solution? Will Trump's personality do what Obama's policy choices did: turn majorities in to minorities? Columnist for Bloomberg View and senior editor for National Review, Ramesh Ponnuru joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Affordable Care Act. Affordable For Who?

Dr. Kent Mercado from Naperville has yet to be paid in 2017 for any patient he has taken care of through the ACA Medicaid programs but continues to treat every patient no matter their plan. He has a patient that needs surgery to remove a tumor, but no hospital will take her because they aren’t getting reimbursed. Hospitals and especially independent practitioners are not going to be able to sustain these practices for long. Dr. Mercado, a Chicagoland practitioner, joins Dan and Amy to discuss his experience dealing with the consequences of the GOP's failure to replace Obamacare. 

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Status Check On Tax Reform

Were Senator Ron Johnson’s comments on the possibility of bringing the Graham Cassidy Bill back nothing more than wishful thinking? What should lawmakers be doing to grow the labor force? Is Congress prepared to create long term tax reform solutions? Columnist for the American Enterprise Institute and CNBC contributor, Jim Pethokoukis joins Dan and Amy to discuss. 

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The Left Is In Full Panic Over Graham/Cassidy Vote

Who are the Republicans still trying to win over votes from? Any chance for Democrat votes or are they under too much pressure to never oppose Obamacare? 49% of Americans are in favor of single payer, even though they also said they want less government involvement in healthcare. Does the average American even know what single payer means? Washington Examiner Health Care Policy Reporter, Kimberly Leonard joins Dan and Amy to discuss the Graham/Cassidy vote next week, without fact-free, leftist hyperventilating.

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Is Rand Paul The Jimmy Kimmel Of The Senate?

Obamacare doesn’t even pass the “Jimmy Kimmel” test on health insurance policy. Does Jimmy know he’s in bed with the big insurance companies? If state governments are allowed to experiment with government-run health insurance then why can’t they experiment with a private health insurance system? Columnist for Bloomberg View and Senior Editor for National Review, Ramesh Ponnuru, a health care policy expert not a late night talk show host, joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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School Choice: The Green Leaves On A Withering Education System

School choice brings more power to parents and less to bureaucrats. Is there any hope for a federal school choice program? Will politicians ever do more than just pay lip service to gerrymandering reform? Is it a coincidence that Representative Luis Gutierrez’s district weaves its way in and out of Hispanic neighborhoods? Are Republicans embarrassed and just looking to get a win with the new healthcare bill? Fox News Contributor and Columnist for The Hill, Juan Williams joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Failure To Pass Healthcare Replace Bill A "Bigger Defeat For Congressional Republicans"

In advance of the Senate's procedural vote on the GOP Healthcare Bill, POTUS - along with the "Victims of Obamacare" - delivered a message to Senate Republicans regarding their efforts on the legislation. How unusual is it for an insider like Mitch McConnell to not know how his caucus will vote on a significant piece of legislation? Will Senator John McCain's presence in the Senate for the vote be influential? Does Attorney General Jeff Sessions still have the confidence of Trump and his inner-circle? Where can you go to meet FNC Chief National Correspondent and author of 42 Faith: The Rest of the Jackie Robinson Story, Ed Henry at tomorrow's White Sox Game? Where will Dan be sitting? Henry joins Dan and Amy to discuss. 

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Moore: I Think They'll Pass [Obamacare Replace]

Congressional Republicans will ultimately be judged on whether they can reduce Healthcare premiums. How do Congressional Republicans proceed if Obamacare Replace doesn't pass? Is there an alternate plan and how do you get the votes for it? Why does the individual mandate need to go? When can we expect to see some action on Tax Reform? CNN Senior Economist Stephen Moore joins Dan and John Kass to discuss.

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Will Anyone Save Us From Surrender Republicans?

Madigan Republicans in Springfield. Obama Republicans in D.C. Even with a GOP majority in the Senate, the Obamacare Replace legislation doesn't seem to have the votes to pass. Is there anything that can save us from the Surrender Republicans? What will the world look like in a year if Obamacare isn't replaced? Does this crisis just move us closer to a single-payer healthcare system? Was the GOP's contradiction on the issue of pre-existing conditions fatal? Will an Obamacare Repeal ever be possible? Healthcare expert and Founder of HealthInsuranceMentors.com, C. Steven Tucker gives Dan and John Kass his diagnosis.

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Repeal Now. Replace Later?

There seems to be a consensus among those who understand Beltway dynamics that conservatives are close to coming on board the GOP Healthcare Bill. What can we anticipate on the Healthcare Reform effort after the 4th of July recess? What is the likelihood that the Healthcare Reform bill will be split into two initiatives: Repeal now. Replace later? Will there be a new "face" of the Trump Administration after the 4th of July? FNC Congressional Correspondent Mike Emanuel joins Dan and Amy with the inside scoop from Capitol Hill.

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3 Ways To Improve Obamacare Repeal

Avik Roy joined Dan & Amy to offer three ways to improve the Senate's Obamacare repeal bill. Will the repeal bill pass? Does Obamacare hurt the poor? Should repeal of the individual mandate be delayed till 2021?

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We Will Win

Grover Norquist joined Dan & Amy to offer a note of optimism. Should the Senate GOP scrap the current Obamacare replacement bill and start over or pass it immediately? Do they have the votes to pass it? Is it the most conservative version that can pass? Why are Governors across the nation split on the bill?

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GOP Needs To Go On The Offensive

What is the good, the bad, and the ugly of the Senate Healthcare Bill in its current form? Why don't Republicans lead on the Healthcare issue instead of accepting Democrats premise that their plan is heartless? What provision in the GOP plan is most concerning? Peter Ferrara, former advisor to President Reagan and Senior Fellow of Entitlement and Budget Policy at The Heartland Institute joins Dan and Amy to diagnose the issue.

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Moore: [GOP] Is Actually Liberating People From Obamacare

The Wall Street Journal framed the choice for Congressional Republicans this way: Republicans can put aside their narrow self-interest and fix Obamacare on their terms. Or they can collapse in disarray and bail it out on Mr. Schumer's. In 2018, will the GOP defend a success or try to explain away a failure? Why does the GOP always argue on Democrats' terms instead of just laying out their vision for the American people? Former Trump Advisor and WSJ Columnist Stephen Moore joins Dan and Amy to discuss

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Nancy Pelosi Read This Healthcare Bill

The Senate GOP unveiled their Obamacare replacement and they're already two votes short. But is "nice" enough for President Trump? Dan & Amy were joined by HealthInsuranceMentors.com's C. Steven Tucker to distinguish between the Senate GOP and House GOP versions of Obamacare repeal.

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The Referendum On Trump Didn’t Work

Dan summarized the results from Tuesday’s Special Election in Georgia: An adult who has lived a life defeats a pencil-necked progressive adult child. Maybe Trump isn’t as unpopular as the beltway media thinks? What should Democrats take away from the most expensive Congressional race loss in U.S. History? Is the culture of hate that pervades the modern Democrat Party propping up Trump and the Republicans? What will be in the Senate GOP's Obamacare replacement bill unveiled tomorrow? CNN Senior Economist Steve Moore joined Dan & Amy to recap Tuesday’s results and the implications for President Trump’s policy agenda.

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The American People Gave Us The Keys To The Car

Where is President Trump on the Senate's Healthcare Replacement? What could Congressional Republicans do to get the economy soaring? Why hasn't POTUS rooted out intransigent bureaucrats like IRS Commissioner John Koskinen? How significant are the results of today's election in Georgia for the Trump Administration? Has anyone ever seen Jared Kushner and Emo Phillips at the same time? Fox News Contributor and former Donald Trump Hispanic Advisory Council member, Steve Cortes drives home his points with Dan and Amy.

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The System Has To Change

Given the conflicting reports in the media and from Congress, how close are we to replacing Obamacare? How long can we expect before Healthcare is reformed? Is the Trump Administration still committed to Healthcare Repeal & Replace before Tax Reform? What does it mean for Senate Republicans when Trump calls the House Healthcare bill "too mean." What does an improved Healthcare Plan have to accomplish? Wall Street Journal Columnist, Senior Economist for CNN & former Trump Advisor, Stephen Moore joins Dan and Amy to give them an update from Washington.

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Ponnuru: We Have To Make It Worth Their While

What is the timeline on the Senate passing the Obamacare Replacement? Will senators consider the urgency of the marketplace when it comes to plan offerings of providers so that families can feel some relief? Should female GOP senators be part of the process? How could the Senate improve on what the House passed? Ramesh Ponnuru, Columnist for Bloomberg View and Senior Editor for National Review joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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