Republican Senators took a big step in repealing the Affordable Care Act also known as Obamacare, Thursday. In a 51-48 vote a budget blueprint was approved allowing them to change the health care law without the threat of a democratic filibuster.
he past year's been a roller coaster for Ohio Gov. John Kasich. He went from being an "adult-in-the-room" alternative to the Republican presidential field to a potential convention spoiler in Cleveland to now facing a hostile new president he did not support.
Surrounded by teary friends and family at the White House today, the vice president winced in shock as Obama announced he was conferring the nation's highest civil honor on his right-hand-man for eight years.
This week, Senate Republicans will take the first step in the process of repealing the Affordable Care Act. But as Washington Correspondent Kellie Meyer finds- senate Democrats and even some Republicans are doing anything they can to push for a replacement.
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