Capito apparently will abandon Medicaid (her only disagreement with her party is how long this will take)
Reading more on the senate health care proposal
It's being worked out in secret and it appears that it will be pushed through with little or no debate. Here is what Sarah Kliff at VoxCare wrote late yesterday:
Behind closed doors, Senate Republicans have worked out a path toward Obamacare repeal. The plans under discussion would end . . .
But I can't seem to find a list of his scheduled town hall meetings
I'm sure I'm just looking in the wrong places but I've seen nothing about a McKinley town hall meeting -- not even on his website.
For starters, I know a number of McKinley's constituents are concerned about the what will happen to Obamacare and what its replacement will look like. Additionally, as one of many, many seniors . . .
I know, I know -- their "facts" need to adjust to what just happened
Here is what an Intelligencer editorial claimed on March 9:
But in contrast to the arrogance of Pelosi and her fellow Democrats in shoving Obamacare down our throats without even explaining it in advance, Republican lawmakers are taking a different approach.
Here is what today's editorial claims:
How long and how many tries did it . . .
Examining the Intelligencer's news priorities
Look to this morning's Intelligencer for an answer
Here are this morning's top-of-the-front-page headlines for major U.S. newspapers as illustrated by Kiosko.net:
New York Times:
24 Million More Among Underinsured Under G.O.P. Plan
ACA repeal may boost uninsured 24M
CBO: Millions fewer insured under . . .
A sign of desperation?
Two more days worth of editorials in the Wheeling News-Register demonstrates that last week's attack upon Obamacare's popularity was just the beginning of our local papers' repeal efforts. So desperate are they to see Obamacare ended that they are clearly willing to lie about its passage and how it relates to the current . . .
The News-Register returns to its old editorial ways
Like West Virginia's Republican legislative delegation, our local "newspapers" are better off out of power where they can criticize and criticize knowing that they don't have to be responsible. Now that Republicans are in the majority on both the state and national level, they're expected to govern. That's . . .
Effects and possible solutions
How would repealing Obamacare affect West Virginia?
Here are the key findings from the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy report released earlier this week:
– At least 184,000 West Virginians could lose health insurance coverage, many of whom are working in low-wage jobs such as food services.
– An estimated 29,000 West Virginians . . .