Revised Senate health care bill draws Cruz's support but still short votes
WASHINGTON – At first blush on Thursday, Senate Republicans were no closer to passing a new health care bill than they were two weeks ago when their first bill collapsed. Republican senators met late in the morning to unveil a new overhaul of former President Obama’s 2010 health care law that had much input from U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas. So much so, that Cruz spent the day before in meetings and negotiations for the legislation rather than sitting in on the closely-watched Senate Judiciary Committee’s hearings of FBI director nominee Christopher Wray. Via Texas Tribune
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