South Carolina Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, who's leading the latest Republican health care effort, said Bernie Sanders' "Medicare for All" bill helped consolidate support for the GOP repeal measure. CBSN political contributor and Founding Partner of 270 Strategies Lynda Tran joins "Red & Blue" to discuss.
The Graham-Cassidy health care bill would keep Obamacare's taxes in place, but turn most of the revenues over to the states to come up with their own health care systems. Former President Obama argued Wednesday that some states might allow insurers to once again charge more for pre-existing conditions. Nancy Cordes reports.
Republicans are expressing confidence about a new, last-ditch effort to replace parts of Obamacare. A plan devised by South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham and Louisiana Sen. Bill Cassidy would eliminate Affordable Care Act insurance subsidies and give states a lump sum to create their own health care systems. Nancy Cordes reports.