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NCR Today: The women and men of the Catholic lobbying group are a blessing on the Hill, because they speak the Gospel message in the face of legislation such as this.
Updated: Catholic health advocates who fought the Graham-Cassidy bill are hoping members of Congress will return to bipartisan work on improvements to the health care law.
The Congressional Budget Office said the Senate bill would leave 18 million more people uninsured within a year, and 32 million fewer people would have coverage in 2026.
Distinctly Catholic: Even though two more senators announced their opposition to the current repeal-and-replace Obamacare bill, I remain worried that the Republican base will rise up and insist on action.