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  • Gov. Holcomb continues to monitor 'evolving' Senate GOP health bill
    “America’s health care system has failed and needs reform. That was demonstrated again just last week when two providers announced they will discontinue participation in the Obamacare exchange in Indiana starting next year. We can and must do better. Given a fighting chance, Indiana can take care of its own citizens. We’re focused on making sure that Indiana has the flexibility and control it needs to adjust, just like we’ve done with the Healthy Indiana Plan. Every state should have the ability to develop its own approach. The legislation under consideration by the Senate is a discussion draft and continues to evolve. I understand leaders are still making changes to the bill to address concerns, and we’ll continue working with our Congressional delegation to advocate for solutions that meet Hoosiers’ needs.” - Gov. Eric Holcomb, asked today about the U.S. Senate Republican health reform bill that is expected to come up for a vote on Thursday. A Congressional Budget Office scoring of the bill estimated that 22 million Americans would lose health coverage, but federal spending would decrease by $321 billion, compared to $119 billion in the House passed bill. The House version would have had 28 million people losing coverage. The Indiana Hospital Association also announced Monday it is opposing the Senate bill saying it "threatens the future of the successful Healthy Indiana Plan 2.0, and it would also substantially reduce support for Indiana’s overall Medicaid program."
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  • President Trump and bovine scatalogy
    Here in Indiana, when someone talks big, says unreliable things they can’t back up, Hoosiers call that person, pardon our language, a “bullshitter.” Or as Sheriff Joe Squadrito might put it, a purveyor of “bovine scatalogy.” Well, with President Trump’s claim that he has no audio files of his conversations with former FBI Director James Comey made via Twitter on Thursday, when last month he suggested he did, our assessment is that our president is a BSer. And because he has told hundreds of lies since taking the oath of office, do we believe him this time? This is a dangerous dynamic, because at some point in his presidency, Donald Trump is going to face a crisis where he is going to have to level with the American people and we are going to have to decide whether he is being truthful. What we have in President Trump is someone who is a serial liar and his chaotic administration runs on fantasy, half truths and alternative facts. We want to believe our presidents, but this one is in a realm all his own. - Brian A. Howey, publisher
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