Andy Slavitt

Bipartisan Policy Center

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Andy Slavitt is a senior advisor at the Bipartisan Policy Center.  He is a former acting administrator of the Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services.

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Andy Slavitt helped save Obamacare. Now he’s tweeting to help  the Trump White House cope with COVID-19. He says the pandemic is more important than partisanship. Does the U.S.

Coronavirus pandemic realigns US democracy

Andy Slavitt helped save Obamacare. Now he’s tweeting to help  the Trump White House cope with COVID-19. He says the pandemic is more important than partisanship. Does the U.S.

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Last night House Republican leaders published  21 pages of modifications  to the American Health Care Act, the bill designed to replace Obamacare.

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