CNN Critical of GOP's Single-Payer 'Bait' Amendment

CNN Critical of GOP's Single-Payer 'Bait' Amendment

CNN Critical of GOP's Single-Payer 'Bait' Amendment

Senate Democrats unanimously refused to support a Medicare-for-all health care bill on Thursday, with five voting "no" and 43 voting "present". Steve Daines (Mont.), would have extended Medicare to cover all Americans, Business Insider reports.

Daines' bill was part of the ongoing floor battle over the Senate's version of the Republican health care reform plan, which was originally meant to repeal and replace Obamacare.

Republican Sen. Steve Daines of Montana, a critic of single-payer health care, used the opportunity to put Democrats on the spot over the idea.

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"Senator Daines doesn't support this bill".

"It's time to fish or cut bait", Daines said. But four Democrats-all from states that went to Donald Trump-joined the 52 Republican senators to vote no on the amendment: Sens. Bernie Sanders - who has been a proponent of "Medicare for All" - called the Republican plan a "sham", and said the Democratic caucus won't be considering amendments until the final bill is out.

"The bill had way too many complications, so I didn't think it was a good bill, so I voted no".

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As part of the legislative process to repeal the Affordable Care Act, senators from both parties were free to force their colleagues to vote on various health care measures.

The Republican-controlled Senate is now grappling with a GOP bill to overturn the 2010 Affordable Care Act and enact conservative health ideas in its place, with limited signs that the votes were coming together Sunday.

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