17 Burst results for "Graham Cassidy"
"graham cassidy" Discussed on WGTK
"Gave lamar some leverage i just don't know if it once far enough in terms of getting the authority back to the states i'm studying at bill right now but it's flick i'm like it's a teetering a little bit and i i don't know where it is in the house but there's a there's a lot of criticism on the house side it looks like it's dead and i i mean clarity before agreement is dennis prager like to say i'm very clear about this there is no senate bill that's going to get the conference after a day of looking at this and i think we ought to just put it aside until next year because nothing has got a majority in the senate mi right or wrong in that wall look right now i think you're right but here's the bigger issue that i think is really critical one were at this entire worth is huge crossroads and america on healthcare think about it obamacare's failing but then what are the directions that the two parties are looking at i i it was a fan of graham cassidy more power more authority back to the states federalism tenth amendment and then look where the democrats are bernie sanders uh government run government takeover of healthcare two years ago had no cosponsors right now he got sixteen cosponsors one third of the democrats in the senate or for a government takeover of healthcare that's the direction the where we're at i think we need a really really big debate on this early next year because i think we can win this debate the vast majority people democrats and republicans don't want a system where the government takes over and kicks one hundred seventy in americans off their private insurance so.
"graham cassidy" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Has to do with the elimination of state lines that has to do with creating larger pools that has to do with how we think of insurance to begin with i have had this conversation a million times i am in favour over moving the idea that it should be employer bae sd absolutely absolutely positively graham cassidy is not going to do the job and that's too bad to not that i'm super big fan i want full repeal it's that i believe in anything that allows us to continue the conversation that allows us to move on down the line that's what's imperative and that's what's lost it is lost we can't send us back to the house we can engage reconciliation we can't do anything because guys like john mccain say now well john mccain and he's going to have to deal this cancer and aids eventually going to limit his work abilities he's going to have to make decisions i wish him all the best then you have bob menendez the democratic senator from new jersey who is right now in the fight for his literally his life trying not to go to jail for bribery and a massive scandal that the press refuses to cover that trial still going on if those two were out you would only need a forty nine forty nine thai in order to send to the vicepresident that is still possible i just don't think it's possible by the 30th a check traffic right now tony's of found sixty nine given down from fisher still have mess we had this crash of binford four 65 that crash getting take care but still we have a delay back to one hundred sixteen street state route thirty seven having were staff to get around ninety six we look stop and go 116 street just no fund whatsoever try to get it the town for people to county this morning some good news hey look in this greenwood all right all lanes open southbound 65 a worse real world where they're going forest northwest side northbound four sixty five very heavy eighty six street up the eight sixty five i mean you're in jail right now of your northbound four sixty five on the west side there is a crash somebody's heard tibbs avenue south of sixteenth street and then we have a slow spot eastbound four 65 on the door side between allison kill road and sixty nine traffic brought to you by the.
"graham cassidy" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"The 67 degrees in foggy for top local story this hour the iowa air national guard will be deployed to puerto rico to support response operations this comes after the us island territory was decimated by hurricanes erma and maria governor reynolds says the air guard will head out today the wondered and 85th eight refueling airrefueling wing from sioux city and the one hundred thirty second wing from des moines will provide security from the air and additional security for civil authorities on the ground our top national story maine senator susan collins is opposing the latest republican plan to repeal obamacare which effectively kills the measure there are many problems send the affordable care act they do need to be bags however it was clear to me that the graham cassidy bell was not the answer in a statement the republicans said the bill make sweeping changes and cuts to medicaid she added that the bill allows states to diminish protections for people with preexisting conditions president trump's immigrant travel ban is not going to be heard by the supreme court the hearing was set for october tenth but justices cancel cancelled a cancelled it on monday so they can learn more about trump's latest travel ban announced over the weekend and the bomb squad was at a house in south des moines last night after police say credit union robbery suspect threatened that he had an explosive police dispatch audio follows police as they chased the suspect first in a getaway car and then on foot dortha police say the credit union holed up was reported a fort while pm yesterday afternoon the suspect later identified as christopher weltman was arrested eight minutes later not far from a house in the six hundred block of philip street where the bomb squad was called in the device that weltman had was detonated by police just after eight pm last night in it's now being kept as since get breaking.
"graham cassidy" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"I have about the graham cassidy proposal they include the fact that they make fundamental changes in the medicaid program for the first time in more than fifty years are not effectively kills the bill republicans could only stand to lose two gop votes in senator john mccain and rand paul already opted out senator ted cruz is on the fence the bipartisan congressional budget office also dealing a blow to the bill the cbo says a pulmonary study of the republicans latest effort to repeal and replace obamacare would leave millions of americans without insurance conditions for some turning die fyre in puerto rico five days after hurricane maria devastated the island president trump tweeting tonight puerto rico's in deep trouble but also pointed out the us territories in deep debt fox's garrett tinny is in puerto rico their or longlines for just about everything and you can see these lines folks have been winging it it was long is nine hours just a up on ten dollars worth of gassed people though even more desperate for other supplies across the territory there is a severe lack of water the food and just the help to be able to clear roads in debris from people's homes were destroyed local politicians worry wash arizona's forgotten the island's three and a half million u s citizens some federal aid starting to arrive in the coast guard navy and marines are assisting in recovery efforts the chairman of the securities and exchange commission will be in the hotseat tomorrow facing tough questions from congress about how hackers breached the wall street regulators database last year fox news.
"graham cassidy" Discussed on WTMA
"Dot com good evening democracay near talk and then your vote where on the eve of two significant votes one in the united states senate the graham cassidy vote this is repeal and replace re energized by the senators and the republican votes are critical the democrats have voiced negative uniformly so the republican votes that are critical in aid to get to fifty in order for the vice president to break the tie in favor of repeal and replace that vice president is ten ending another democratic malmo or on the eve of a vote in alabama for senate candidate the incumbent luther strange supported by the establishment and the challenger mr more supported by steve bannon who used to work with the president but that doesn't make him establishment sorting all this out john fund of the national review online david drucker of washington examiner whose end birmingham alabama and thaddeus mccotter my colleague and co host and friend wjr the great voice of the great lakes first there was a debate on television this evening's senators debating graham cassidy mr fund the the end of graham cassidy is no i did you see an indication and the debate or and they are what count in the senate which way it's going to go entirely republican of course but do they have fifty votes good evening to you john john they do not a fifty wrote most they have 48 it doug look bad for the republican barak uh they're going to go shooting with lisa murkowski and certain alaska provisions shall we say they're called the poor barracks browser great alaska and also rand paul anka fickle fellow and e there is a small but measurable area that you can be persuaded but the debate was very interesting because it was made clear that the democratic senators cobra charen founder them on the field and debate were not interested in defending obamacare so much as they were going to single payer and what senators graham and cap to be pointed out was well if you supporting single payer that a radically different from obamacare your more or less acknowledging obamacare was a failure so the democrats are the big stall they want to save obamacare because we want to replace it with what we've always wanted all along which is socialized medics and day this is bernie sanders is medicare for all that's what he and senator clover shower that advocating effectively but it's really the canadian public health insurance system.
"graham cassidy" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"The president's party is trying to salvage what could be it's a last chance to overhaul obamacare at least only with republican senators the latest effort to overhaul obamacare graham cassidy offered by republican senator lindsey graham the go cassidy could come to the senate floor for a vote this week now already to republican senators have said they are no votes rand paul and john mccain one more novote we'll kill the bill so all i is ghiz northward to me the senator susan collins who over the summer along with mccain and senator lisa recount cki voted nee thus for killing the previous repeal and replace suffer how will collins vote on graham cassidy well senator collins joins us now senator to as always your vote is pivotal on the graham cassidy healthcare bill where are you yes or no jake it's very dip had called for me to in pension at sedarat scenario where i would end depth voting for spell i had the number of serious reservations about it i'm concerned about the impact and pain medicaid pro graham which has been on the books for more than fifty years and provides healthcare to our most vulnerable citizens including disabled children and low ken seniors i'm concerned about the impact town cars thing coverage we already the problem under the affordable care act twit the the premiums and deductibles and finally i'm very concerned about.
"graham cassidy" Discussed on NewsRadio 680 WPTF
"The graham cassidy bill is the right built at the right time to repeal and replace obamacare vice president mike pence on the stump in indiana but republican senator john mccain and rand paul say they'll vote 'no at mains susan collins says she's leaving that way this her porch lower income elderly population so the chances that we're going to benefit from this spell either way are very small a no vote from collins would leave republicans votes short of passing the senate build the president is just we did the mccain's planned to vote 'no has let arizona down so gold graham cassidy amendment would replace obamacare with block grants to states president trump is now referring to north korea's kim jonghoon as little rock at bay can't have mad been out there shooting rockets all over the place he spoke last night at alabama this morning the us geological survey zachary reeves confirms an earthquake near the site of a north korean nuclear test earlier this month a three point three roughly twenty five while north of the arab yong we've had event there were four there is no confirmation as to whether this quake was related to any nuclear weapons testing as hurricane marie esteem's north an out into the atlantic puerto rico's use using every buzzfeed confined to evacuate tens of thousands of people downstream from a damn that's now barely holding back the water at a huge reservoir the bbc's andrew plant off two days of heavy rain food severe damage to this time has sent torrance forces searching downstream causing flash flooding the miles downriver said in two thousand people in several cultrelated areas told to evacuate from here the trump administration's temporary travel ban on six mostly muslim countries expires tomorrow the department of homeland security has proposed to new list of targetted restriction cbs's margaret brennan the really to coordinate things war and they really are also signed two emphasized that this is tailored this is justified they're going to argue they're going to say this has to do with countries either they can't provide the information the us once it may not be that they are necessarily uh a country that they less doesn't fully trust presidential politics 65 years ago tonight then senator richard nixon was about to lose his spot as dwight eisenhower's running mate after he was accused of campaign finance irregularities getting illegal gift at one of.
"graham cassidy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The effort to kill the affordable care act and replace it is certainly back to life the republican party has taken another stab and we're going to see what happens when the senate votes next week on the latest bill to repeal obamacare the big question is can it pass with republican votes alone right now at least one republican senator rand paul is a solid no according to the publication the hill there at least fourteen other republicans who are undecided at this point and looks talk to tommy binion about this he's congressional liaison with the heritage foundation a conservative think tank in washington eighth army good morning so you've been working with republicans on the hill what's your sense here can this bill passed with with all of these undecided members but i think so you got before correct bearers worn republican no vote it vacant profane too so right now it is absolutely still a possibility and i've got a very this is really as close as they have been an throughout this year long process and really sevenyear long process so there are a lot of undecided filter get two year but arctic the more important or it but at this moment there's only one no i think this is a real possibility that thing path is next week okay so this legislation it's known as graham cassidy for its its sponsors to summarize i mean it takes a lot of the funding for obamacare and it gives it to states of block grants to basically handle handle this the undecided republicans they seem to divide into two camps you've got some conservatives you've got some moderates can you explain what those concerns are among those two camps who ordered the comparative concern i think is very important and i do think it will be addressed by amendment over the weekend basically the money that going to the state can.
"graham cassidy" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"This morning the graham cassidy bill we believe uh is is the right solution at the right time to repeal and replace obama care with the kind of reform that will allow states uh to to innovate and to create a better quality healthcare better access for americans and and can capture that that innovation of democracy and reform that up frankly our founders contemplated when they're crafted the constitution at almost any thing would be better than obamacare obamacare is imploding its collapsing all across the country it's remarkable to see the the the pattern we've seen people losing their insurance losing their doctors we've seen the average americans who the cost of their insurance go up by more than three thousand dollars you've got thousands of counties across the country where there's more there's either only one choice or no choice literally these obamacare exchanges are collapsing before our eyes okay and then you go to think progress and you read this piece by uh melanie schmitz who actually did the research and unlike mike pence whose has a long history of lying for political purposes uh she says you know it quotes pans saying you know these things are collapsing in the yet vows thousands of counties where you don't have cover she reds this is simply not true according to the nonpartisan kaiser family foundation as of september fifteen i was like but this week as of september 15th 2017 there were zero counties in the united states with no insurer in the marketplace zero so obamacare is available everywhere in the united states and uh you know the result peace and all the details of it there are there are some problems but the problems a virtually otter percent of though i mean obamacare's working really well and new york and california is ah and blue states it's it's having challenges in red states where the governor's refused to expand medicaid and now you've got the trump administration in a either this enrollment period was supposed to be three months long they've cut it down to two months and there is there were millions about one hundred million dollars or thereabouts as i recall hundred thirty million dollars appropriated in obamacare why congress for the administration to spend four what are called navigators for people parttime it's a is certainly pena in a sense census workers a parttime gig.
"graham cassidy" Discussed on WCHS
"A you know just so much to clarify and go over uh with a a vote still scheduled for next week on for as we know graham cassidy mmm for as we know i will see if they actually can get to that vote you know i i don't know where they get the moderates on board the one thing that though that the moderates right now are focused on is that preexisting conditions coverage and that big federal you know blanket really right but how can hope cradle to grave thing they hide the moderates don't want to roll that back and and and how can you have a specific rural when you're allowing everybody to set up everything from a single payer system to a freemarket system win a you know that the good of a free market system for the the the the private health care and then at the other end using that funding to have a uh brisk pool for people involved in that so i how how'd you set a law if you're going to allow every state to do what they want to do right well and and there's the fear the moderates you know the big question mark and your forecast this hour brought to you by video road blog simple safe and secure you worry about the driving leave the mandate to video road law here's the national weather forecast from red eye radio rain friday in the northwest as far as eastern montana and south through nevada and utah some of the precipitation falling as snow in the mountain areas of western wyoming in idaho and into northern utah and the vata boise idaho will have scattered showers and a high of fifty five same for salt lake city a mix of rain and snow and a high of thirty six at wyoming's yellowstone national park a combination of competing pressure systems brings a mix of sunshine and occasional scattered showers from the carolinas through parts of the south to coastal and western texas atlanta and birmingham both hitting eighty six degrees with partly cloudy skies dalhousie scattered showers in the high of eighty eight summer still rules the central part of the country from texas to the plains and upper midwest 93 in san antonio sunshine and night ninety and chicago and indianapolis the south west is dry los angeles will be sunny and 75 degrees san francisco sunny and sixty seven that's the national forecast from red eye radio i'm michael toscano thanks so much michael eight six six ninety red.
"graham cassidy" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Allies matter they were lies and we know that they were lies because we had one of the healthcare consultants who later on was exposed as having told them that this this wasn't going to add up that they had to sell it the way they were selling it in order for people to ultimately sign on they had to sell it as something it wasn't that was all exposed but i have heard neria celebrity complain about that set of lies that got us to the point where at right now with exchanges collapsing prices skyrocketing insurance companies on the brink pulling out of these exchanges altogether i mean we are here because of those lies we're in this place where we're considering a graham cassidy bell guide i'd be curious since jimmy kimmel is obviously really into healthcare policy if he might go back and walk down that that path of lies from from the spring of two thousand and nine right up until that day were joe biden said this is a big blind can deal it was one big lie but hollywood thought it was a good lie see their lies that hollywood loves and their lies that hollywood will expose they loved obama's lies loved him because it was a step toward single payer absolutely right you think jk rowling goes the national health service enough britain she she's hanging out the national health service waiting for an appendectomy al thinks here's the question for the listeners are you going to hold the gop responsible if this graham cassidy bill is not passed they're saying it's their last chance have got to do this by september thirty now rand paul told me yesterday there is no real deadline david they they can they can do this in october but they set this deadline of september 30th now maybe some parts of obamacare firm up at that point but we'll you will hold the gop responsible if they don't pass this version of repeal and replace it's really not it really doesn't replace but it does repeal the employer in the individual mandate sent to my mind if you do that.
"graham cassidy" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And partners to turn complexity into simplicity cdw people who get it and from the bill and melinda gates foundation at gatesfoundationorg this is all things considered from npr news i'm i'll say chang and i'm ari shapiro republicans have until september 30th to pass their latest bill aimed at overhauling the affordable care act or obamacare house speaker paul ryan says this is the best last chance to get repeal and replace done with no democrat onboard if three republican senators vote against the bill it will fail senator rand paul kentucky has said that he is a no vote and he joins us now welcome to the program thanks for having me today president trump tweeted rand paul is a friend of mine but he is such a negative force when it comes to fixing health graham cassidy bill is great ends oh care of course graham cassidy is the current bill so by voting against this are you simply leaving the affordable care act in place which in your view is even worse than the current bill we know of position obscene obamacare upclose and i don't think it's been good for the country premiums and the individual market a doubled people were unhappy with the cost of insurance or many counties around the country were nobody at an insurance no i'm absolutely opposed obamacare and are promised repeal it i've introduced repeal but a hall 100 replacement bill the problem i have with his current bill is it basically keep the obama care spending keep the obamacare taxes most of them and then actually just redistributing money from democrats day to republicans date so i don't think this really fixes a problem nor to honor our pledge to uh repeal obama care so look by voting against it are you in effect letting the perfect be the enemy of the good you could be leading perfectly the enemy of a really crappy bill i mean this will isn't anywhere near perfect it not even anywhere near good look at it this way.
"graham cassidy" Discussed on WDRC
"Larson dot com you can follow me on twitter lars larson show and on facebook now the wind been d acts at the lars larson show the graham cassidy healthcare bill in other words the hail mary to finally tried to get rid of at least part of the outrages of obama care it might actually succeed because of of all people senator bernie sanders i'll give you one theory as to why the socialist might be part of the success of the graham cassidy bill is it time for the debt ceiling to go three senators are pushing to change the way that the united states government of cruise debt some former government officials are calling out president trump's transparency but i'll tell you what they tried to hide and now they're being called it regards as well could you be charged for stopping their crime one men might be sued for stopping a robbery we'll get into that as well is the national security clearance system failing america dubbed author martha deutscher joins me to answer that question a bit later and i want you to vote are quick pool we put up a fresh question each and every night and you'll find it at lars larson dot com sides question goes this way we'll repealing obamacare caused human suffering as the former president now claims barack obama says is that he's worried the dead people are trying to undo the hardwon progress of obama care tell you what gone ask a few average americans what they think about that hardwon progress when they've had their premiums double or triple or quadruple when they've seen dramatic increases in their uh you know both their co pays and their deductibles to the point where they're paying huge premiums and getting next to nothing out of their health insurance if you think that's progress i'd love to have you talked to somebody like that and see what they think of.
"graham cassidy" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"I was thinking of looking to the states that would benefit from the graham cassidy bill they would actually get more money and there was legal the state so we get less money guess which one we are no less money we are ya this which one california is no more money incorrect never it's a republican bill guess which one which one new york is less money is correct which one texas is oh more money any most money most this money must muddy lots of money about then however it is far as a political lines go it's not quite so red state bluestate it's pretty red state bluestate but not exactly red state blue state in fact it could be very bad is far as the midterms goalless look at this just from a political standpoint okay i'm not going to get into the details i'm not gonna talk about jimmy kimmel though he said about it yet i will in a second i don't wanna do that was just take a look at the political ramifications of the graham cassidy bill okay even though it has been scored cbo hasn't looked at it cbo cisco taking a couple of weeks the republicans only have until the end of september to be able to use reconciliation to get this done in a majority only vote instead of having to try to use the threefifths so they've got to get this done very quickly so it won't be scored it won't it's not going to benefit a number of republicans in the midterms at especially in 2020 when the president could we looking for reelection think of the last election it was the.
"graham cassidy" Discussed on WSB-AM
"The rest of the world as well as what's wrong with the united nations are paying their fair share and now we're going to be dealing this hour with centered uh senator lindsey graham we see the graham cassidy bill as the next best shot maybe the last to repeal replace obamacare will get details of it and why so many stand in its way although some give it a legitimate as he gains momentum also this hour call robes so let's get to the bakery ryan's b three three we have the majority leader mitch mcconnell we had vice president pence the white house and now we have a senate policy lunch all working towards getting graham cassidy to repeal replace obamacare block grants given to every state to spend as they wish isn't that the type of handson way in which governors will thrive number two how isn't it a leader pelosi gets blistered by her liberal legions and i'm sticking with her on this one i actually feel terrible four i think it's a bad side to anybody wants to compromise you going to go home it gets screamed at hey constituents my listeners you can't have it both ways you can't ask for some type of substantial tangible gains and not compromise she and even compromise yet she talked about possibly compromising at all hell's were broken loose in san francisco number one frizzy goes global at the un today he speaking right now and anybody reporting yet and another networks that he's beginning to be emerge as the star of the show and getting much respect and his message overseas now the overseas is come here at home and his message might just make a difference in the future of the united nations plus north korea more pressure mattis talks military as well as iran and addressed to the iranian people all part of the speech and that is the big three the prison talking right now but yesterday was talking a little bit about how the united nations has got to get better it's got to get more fisher this i get rid of bureaucracy cut to the united nations must hold every level of management accountable protect whistleblowers and focus on results rather than on process to honor the people of our nations we must ensure that no one and no member state shoulders a disproportionate share of the bird and that.
"graham cassidy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The senate said path said okay let's talk about that because if the clock is against than the calendar is not on their side and they then the plans are in one point i think he's you said sanders plans more of a a start to a conversation or where is this going i mean is this really just a way to crack open the door and have the conversation or is this something that needs to be watched very very carefully because something may actually come of it i'm wondering because some folks are calling this zombie legislation because it had to hide more than once already is that unfair yes certainly that is the lesson i learned when the house passed the their repeal and replace obamacare and it looked dead it seemed like it wasn't coming back and then suddenly they were able to bring it up for a vote and pass that and so you know anything can happen in particularly now i feel like that sort of my stance on on all of this legislation is he just never know if somehow the votes come through one of those three senate republican senators who voted against repeal previously in the senate which kind of scuttled that whole effort is john mccain and senator mccain has said he likes the idea of graham cassidy and that you know if his governor gets hina he'll vote for it we haven't heard from the governor of arizona yet they're still looking at the proposal so they only need that graham and cassidy only need that one extra boat f l if the rest of the senate was still to vote for it but as you said in a that look a possibility looks challenging right now and since we were talking about bernie sanders trying to tee up his bill at least eta minimum as a for for political reasons going into 2020 other republicans here just playing politics with the health care bill with a health care reform bill because it was such a big issue during the presidential with during the november elections well there are still some senate republicans who just don't want to let the idea of repeal go and grand and kathy being included in an event there's at that that the ten so that this is just their ability.
"graham cassidy" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And now the graham cassidy proposal there are some proposals coming out of there republican side that involve basically measures that are not going to be such radical changes to the status quo of but then more broadly if you look at both the ahca and bicc russia those are the house and senate bills that's exactly right both of these legislative proposals aren't actually repeals of obama care and that's one thing that some folks on the political right lament but they really don't actually get rid of the central regulatory dimensions of obamacare that ironically enough are the things that conservatives really objected to along you'll find a lot of people on the right for the last twenty years would have said sure you might need premium subsidies you might need sliding gal subsidies itself uh the real objection was actually to the centralisation of regulation and that's the stuff that is fundamentally being preserve so you have this tricky situation where because we don't have bipartisanship because you can't really get sixty votes you know republicans find themselves in real bind they can't really do all of what they want to do and so they find themselves being forced to defend these proposals that they don't really have full ownership of they're not necessarily that enthusiastic about ryan salon is executive editor of national review thank you so much thank you staying with health care we turn now to a new report on alzheimer's disease africanamer perkins are twice as likely to develop alzheimer's or some other form of dementia compared to those who are white and peres john hamilton reports on new research that's helping to explain the disparity scientists have struggled to understand why african americans have such a high risk of dementia as a group they are more likely to have conditions like hybl blood pressure and diabetes which can affect the brain and there is some evidence that genetic factors play a role but rachel wittmer of kaiser permanente division of research in northern california says her own research shows that those explanations are incomplete these risk factors were taken into account we still saw these differences so there is still some in there that we are trying to get at so widmer and other researchers have been looking at less obvious risk factors like stress and poverty she says it's already clear that children who grow up in a harsh environment are more likely to have health problems like diabetes and heart disease were starting to.