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Capitol Hill Healthcare Update

Senate Panel OKs FDA User Fees Legislation reauthorizing FDA user fees for prescription and generic drugs, biosimilars, and medical devices won wide bipartisan approval last week in a Senate committee, teeing up approval by the full Senate, likely after the Memorial Day recess. The Senate HELP Committee approved the five-year renewal on a 21-2 vote. … Continue Reading

Capitol Hill Healthcare Update

House approval last week of legislation repealing and replacing most of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) sets up a showdown in the Senate, where GOP leaders will confront a familiar web of political, policy and procedural obstacles that took House Republicans five months to navigate. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and key committee chairmen must reconcile … Continue Reading

Capitol Hill Healthcare Update

AHCA Autopsy: What Happened, What’s Next? House Speaker Paul Ryan’s decision to cancel Friday’s vote on the American Health Care Act triggered post-mortem jockeying among vying GOP factions struggling to come to grips with how the party failed to repeal a law it has singularly campaigned against for the last seven years. Republicans’ inability to … Continue Reading

Capitol Hill Healthcare Update

GOP leaders face pushback on new health plan Republican leaders on Capitol Hill face growing cross pressures from different factions of GOP lawmakers over their emerging legislation to replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). Conservatives in the House and Senate want the legislation to speed up the phase-out of the ACA’s Medicaid expansion – as … Continue Reading
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