Fact-Checking Republicans’ Defense Of The GOP Health Bill

People attending Rep. Rod Blum’s town hall event in Dubuque, Iowa, this week held up red sheets of paper to show disagreement with what the Republican congressman was saying and green to show they concurred. The GOP health care bill was a major concern of many.

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People attending Rep. Rod Blum’s town hall event in Dubuque, Iowa, this week held up red sheets of paper to show disagreement with what the Republican congressman was saying and green to show they concurred. The GOP health care bill was a major concern of many.

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Town hall meetings got loud for some Republican members of Congress this week, as they defended the passage of the American Health Care Act by the House of Representatives. Constituents have been asking a lot of questions, and we’ve been fact-checking the answers given by some leading GOP lawmakers.

Tom Reed, R-N.Y., at a town hall meeting in his district

“The pre-existing reform is not repealed by this legislation.”

Fact check: That’s not the whole truth

Article source: http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2017/05/09/527627331/fact-checking-republicans-defense-of-the-gop-health-bill?utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=affordablecareact

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