After complaining about Obamacare for the past seven years, Republicans have yet again failed to do anything about it. Although they have majorities in both houses of Congress, and a Republican Executive Branch (in case you hadn’t noticed), the Senate on Thursday night voted down even the skinniest version of a “Repeal and Replace” bill. Three Republicans and all Democrats voted no on the most recent version of the healthcare bill proposed by Republicans. This most recent vote came after weeks of lackluster debate and half-assed bills to offer a legitimate replacement of the Affordable Healthcare Act.
For a full-length look at the current state of healthcare, and some of the options left for healthcare reform, check out the article “Healthcare in America – Where Do We Go From Here?“