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Does a dying Republican challenge mean new life for Obamacare? 22 MIN, 37 SEC

Republicans concede they broke seven years of promises last night when the Senate failed to pass so-called "skinny repeal" of Obamacare. Nobody wanted that exact bill to become law, but all GOP members voted for it — except Susan Collins, Lisa Murkowski and — in a moment of high drama — John McCain. What's next for the Party that's supposed to be "in control?"

 

 

Guests:
Julie Rovner, Kaiser Health News (@jrovner)
Adam Jentleson, Center for American Progress (@AJentleson)
A.B. Stoddard, RealClearPolitics (@theabstoddard)

More:
Rovner on GOP failure to replace health law being years in the making
Center for American Progress calls for bipartisan effort to improve health system
Stoddard on how Trump and Obamacare changed the GOP

As Secretary of Interior hikes, his staff rolls back regulations 27 MIN, 12 SEC


Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke (black hat) visits national monuments in Utah

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke wears cowboy boots and Stetson hats to his office in Washington. He likes to compare himself to Teddy Roosevelt, America's original conservationist. He's been visiting national parks and monuments. Meanwhile, back in Washington, his staff is rolling back Obama-era protections of public lands. That's according to Coral Davenport of the New York Times.

Guests:
Coral Davenport, New York Times (@CoralMDavenport)
Whit Fosburgh, Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (@thetrcp)
William K. Reilly, environmentalist

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