Doctors, Hospital Groups Line Up Against GOP Health Bill

The effects of the long-promised measure to roll back Barack Obama’s signature 2010 legislation would fall mainly on the poor, a fact that has set off opposition from both left and the right. The bill would cut taxes to the tune of about $575 billion over a decade, mainly on the wealthy and health-insurance companies. It would limit money channeled to low-income people, raise costs for older Americans and wind down the expansion of Medicaid. Bloomberg's Anna Edney has more on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)

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28:17 - Guests include: Guests include: Republican Congresswoman Diane Black of Tennessee, Democratic Congresswoman Janice Schakowsky of Illinois, Roberto Gualtieri, chair of the European Parliament's Committee on Economic and Monetary Affairs, and former acting CBO Director Donald Marron. (Source: Bloomberg)
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