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The Reporter Two-Way: What comes after Graham-Cassidy?

Sep 28, 2017

Colorado Senators Michael Bennet and Cory Gardner during a joint press conference this summer. Senate Republicans were not able to pass a healthcare bill through on party lines.

This week, senate Republicans once again tried to end the Affordable Care Act. The replacement plan, named after authors Lindsey Graham and Bill Cassidy, needed 51 votes in order to pass. By Tuesday, it was clear there wasn’t enough support and so the vote did not happen.

Producer Christin Kay sat down with reporter Alycin Bektesh to break down what this means for Coloradans.


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