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Trump's push to replace Obamacare faces trouble

Republicans who control the US Senate remain sharply divided over how to keep down the costs of their healthcare bill and prevent millions from losing critical coverage

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The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office, which assesses the impact of legislation, estimates 22 million people would lose health insurance over the next decade under the Senate bill. It says the proposal would cut government spending on Medicaid by 35% by 2036.

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PRESIDENT Donald Trump's effort to roll back Obamacare faced growing obstacles on Monday as Republicans who control the US Senate remain sharply divided over how to keep down the costs of their healthcare bill and prevent millions from losing critical coverage.

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