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After years of calling for the dismantling of "Obamacare," many Republicans have come to a stark realization. It might be all but impossible, politically, to do so while ignoring how it extended coverage to millions of uninsured Americans.
Most of Arizona's congressional delegation appears to oppose the Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, which is expected to face a key vote Friday. Democrats oppose the GOP's American Health Care Act outright, and most of the state's Republicans saw the plan as insufficiently conservative.
President Trump delivered his first speech to joint session of Congress last night. The president touched on many topics including securing the border, immigration and the health care system.
Four members of Arizona’s congressional delegation tweeted throughout President Donald Trump's speech to Congress on Tuesday night: Republicans Andy Biggs and Paul Gosar and Democrats Ruben Gallego and Tom O’Hall
Eager to help President Trump complete the 1,954-mile wall on the southern border, lawmakers are considering a financing plan that would tax the money that immigrants send home to Mexico and tap State Department foreign aid to the country.
The Trump administration has signaled support for a federal law to help terminally ill patients get access to drugs that might be their best hope but aren’t fully approved by the Food and Drug Administration. It’s a good cause.
ne of the biggest post-election winners on Capitol Hill is Representative Lamar Smith, chairman of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee. This soft-spoken Texas Republican has become an unlikely warrior against dubious science used to justify costly federal regulations imposed on American industry, particularly from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Intel Corp. announced a $7 billion investment Wednesday that the company projects will create 10,000 new jobs.
The company will use the $7 billion to complete its Fab 42 factory in Chandler, Ariz., Intel CEO Brian Krzanich said at a meeting at the White House with President Trump.
The White House is giving a big boost to proponents of a federal Right to Try law that they contend would give terminally ill patients easier access to medicines that haven’t won approval from the Food and Drug Administration.