WASHINGTON — Is the health care bill House Republicans passed last month “mean”?  

President Trump reportedly thinks so. Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price won’t say.

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  • HAVING ACCESS TO AND BEING ABLE TO AFFORD INSURANCE FOR PRE-EXISTING DISEASES, ARE TWO DIFFERENT THINGS. KAREN HANDEL NEVER SEEMS TO KNOW THE DIFFERENCE. SHE BASES HER SUPPOSED UNDERSTANDING ON HER SISTER’S ESOPHAGUS SITUATION OF MANY YEARS AGO. SHE HAS COVERAGE FROM OBAMACARE WHICH DENIES INSURANCE COMPANIES THE RIGHT TO CHARGE ‘MUCH HIGHER PRICES’ FOR SUCH COVERAGE. THE REPUBLICAN PLAN WILL SCREW AT LEAST 25% OF THE AMERICAN PEOPLE.

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