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Future Of Bipartisan Health Deal Already Shaky As Trump Reverses Course On Support

As news of a deal first broke Tuesday, President Donald Trump initially signaled support for the efforts. But after other Republicans panned the measure he seemed to change his mind. And although Sens. Lamar Alexander and Patty Murray expressed confidence in their plan, it will be a tough slog for them to get it through both chambers.

It’s Not Likely Court Will Order Administration To Pay Subsidies, But That Hasn’t Stopped States From Suing

Nearly 20 states, including California, have sued over President Donald Trump’s decision to stop the insurer subsidies. But, “Forcing an administration to continue making payments when the president believes there is no appropriation, and when Congress believes there’s no appropriation, would be a pretty extreme move by the court,” said Nicholas Bagley, a professor at the University of Michigan Law School.