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East Oregonian
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Senate GOP shelves health bill, imperils ‘Obamacare’ repeal
AP Photo/Susan Walsh
President Donald Trump, center, speaks as he meets
with Republican senators on health care on Tuesday.
Sen. Susan Collins, R-Maine, left, and Sen. Lisa Mur-
kowski, R-Alaska, right, listen
crats who voted against the
budget.
Reps. Hernandez, Julie
Fahey, Meek and Tawna
Sanchez were the only
Democrats who voted no.
Republicans unanimously
opposed the budget, saying
Democrats had failed to
seriously consider money-
saving proposals to curtail
state pension and health
insurance costs.
Lawmakers have failed
to earn voters’ trust to
efficiently manage tax
revenue, said Rep. Richard
Vial, R-Scholls. Rep. Knute
Buehler,
R-Bend,
said
overhead costs are eating
away the money that should
be going toward students’
education.
Other Democrats said
they reluctantly consented
to the budget and urged
each other to pursue revenue
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later. The group took down
the ads Tuesday.
The House went through
its own struggles with its
version of the bill, pulling
it from the floor short of
votes before reviving it and
narrowly passing it in May.
So it’s quite possible that the
Senate Republicans can rise
from this week’s setback.
But McConnell is finding
it difficult to satisfy demands
from his diverse caucus.
Conservatives like Rand Paul
of Kentucky and Mike Lee of
Utah argue that the legislation
doesn’t go far enough in
repealing Obamacare. But
moderates like Heller and
Susan Collins of Maine criti-
cize the bill as overly punitive
in throwing people off insur-
ance roles and limiting bene-
fits paid by Medicaid, which
has become the nation’s
biggest health care program,
covering nursing home care
for seniors as well as care for
many poor Americans.
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Former Trump campaign chairman
registers as a foreign agent
PREMIUM
Few answers on travel ban as launch looms
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration
expects to launch a limited version of its travel ban on six
mostly Muslim countries on Thursday, but has yet to say
how it will be implemented or what it will do to avoid the
chaos that accompanied the initial ban.
Government lawyers were working on guidelines Tuesday,
one day after the Supreme Court partially reinstated the ban
ahead of hearing arguments in October. The court said the
administration can block travelers from Syria, Sudan, Somalia,
Libya, Iran and Yemen unless they can prove a “bona fide
relationship” with a person or entity in the United States.
The court offered only broad guidelines about what would
constitute such a relationship — suggesting it would include
a close relative, a job offer or an invitation to lecture.
The court ordered similar limitations on President Donald
Trump’s plan to temporarily halt all refugee admissions. But
that may have minimal effect for now. Of the 50,000 refugees
the government planned to accept in the current budget year,
more than 48,900 have been allowed to enter the U.S.
The State Department has said that the few remaining
refugees to be admitted this year will not have to prove a
“bona fide relationship.” A new cap won’t be in place until
the start of the budget year in October, around the time that
the Supreme Court considers the case.
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former President Barack
Obama’s Affordable Care
Act. Opposition from Neva-
da’s popular Republican Gov.
Brian Sandoval helped push
GOP Sen. Dean Heller, who
is vulnerable in next year’s
midterms, to denounce the
legislation last Friday; Ohio’s
Republican Gov. John Kasich
held an event at the National
Press Club Tuesday to criti-
cize it.
But the Republicans’
own divisions are what has
stymied them.
In one illustration, an
outside political group run
by Trump allies has run ads
against Heller and threatens
more against other GOP sena-
tors opposed to the bill. That
infuriated McConnell, who
called White House Chief of
Staff Reince Priebus to label
the attacks “beyond stupid.”
Heller himself raised the issue
in the Tuesday White House
meeting, Sen. John Thune of
South Dakota told reporters
AFTERNOON
BRIEFLY
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump’s
former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, has registered
with the Justice Department as a foreign agent for political
consulting work he did for a Ukrainian political party,
acknowledging he coached party members on how to interact
with U.S. government officials.
Manafort says in the filing posted online by The
Washington Post that his firm received more than $17 million
from the Party of Regions, the former pro-Russian ruling party
in Ukraine, for consulting work from 2012 through 2014.
Manafort is the second member of the Trump campaign to
register as a foreign agent.
In March, former National Security Adviser Michael
Flynn registered with the Justice Department for work his
consulting firm performed for a Turkish businessman, which
he said could have aided the Turkish government.
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Continued from 1A
reform in subsequent legisla-
tive sessions.
“We need to put parti-
sanship aside and do what is
right for Oregon,” said Rep.
Janeen Sollman, D-Hills-
boro.
The
spending
plan
consists of $7.68 billion from
the general fund, $452.9
million in lottery proceeds
and $63 million in other
funds, including recreational
marijuana tax revenue.
The plan exceeds the
existing two-year budget by
11.2 percent.
Education
advocates,
including
the
Oregon
School Boards Association,
have said the amount fails
to account for schools’
increasing expenses related
to bargained salaries and
the rising cost of providing
health insurance and pension
benefits.
The Senate passed the
budget 25-to-5 June 8.
By Tuesday morning at
least five GOP senators had
announced their opposition
to a procedural vote on the
bill, and after McConnell
announced the delay several
more went public with their
criticism.
McConnell can lose
only two senators from his
52-member caucus and still
pass the bill, with Pence
to cast a tie-breaking vote.
Democrats are unanimously
opposed, and in recent days
they have stepped up protests,
delivering speeches on the
Senate floor for hours and
holding vigils on the Capitol
steps.
Medical groups are nearly
unanimously
opposed,
too, along with the AARP,
though the U.S. Chamber of
Commerce supports the bill.
A number of GOP gover-
nors oppose the legislation,
especially in states that have
expanded the Medicaid
program for the poor under
Wednesday Morning
NBC
SCHOOL: Republicans
opposed the budget
McConnell has scant
margin for error in the
closely divided Senate, and
the legislation to eliminate
Obamacare’s
mandates
and unwind its Medicaid
expansion has shed support
practically from the moment
it was unveiled last Thursday.
ABC
for it and then potentially have
to fight off an effort to expand
to single payer at some point.”
The bill has many critics
and few outspoken fans on
Capitol Hill. It was short of
support heading toward a
critical procedural vote on
Wednesday, and prospects for
changing that are uncertain.
McConnell promised to
revisit the legislation after
Congress’ July 4 recess.
“It’s a big complicated
subject, we’ve got a lot discus-
sions going on, and we’re still
optimistic we’re going to
get there,” McConnell told
reporters after the lunch.
It hasn’t been easy, as
adjustments to placate conser-
vatives, who want the legisla-
tion to be more stringent, only
push away moderates who
think its current limits — on
Medicaid for example — are
too strong.
In the folksy analysis of
John Cornyn of Texas, the
Senate GOP vote-counter:
“Every time you get one
bullfrog in the wheelbarrow,
another one jumps out.”
PBS
WASHINGTON (AP) —
Senate GOP leaders abruptly
shelved their long-sought
health care overhaul Tuesday,
asserting they can still salvage
it but raising new doubts about
whether President Donald
Trump and the Republicans
will ever deliver on their
promises to repeal and replace
“Obamacare.”
Republican leader Mitch
McConnell announced a
delay for any voting at a
closed-door senators’ lunch
also attended by Vice Pres-
ident Mike Pence. McCon-
nell’s tone was matter-of-fact,
according those present,
yet his action amounts to
a stinging setback for the
longtime Senate leader who
had developed the legislation
largely in secret as Trump
hung back in deference.
Now Trump seems likely
to push into the discussion
more directly, and he immedi-
ately invited Senate Republi-
cans to the White House. But
the message he delivered to
them before reporters were
ushered out of the room was
not entirely hopeful.
“This will be great if we
get it done, and if we don’t
get it done it’s just going to
be something that we’re not
going to like, and that’s OK
and I understand that very
well,” he told the senators,
who surrounded him at tables
arranged in a giant square in
the East Room. Most wore
grim expressions.
In the private meeting that
followed, said Marco Rubio
of Florida, the president spoke
of “the costs of failure, what it
would mean to not get it done
— the view that we would
wind up in a situation where
the markets will collapse and
Republicans will be blamed
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