Sarah Kliff

Vox

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Senior Editor and healthcare reporter at Vox; former health policy reporter for the Washington Post and its Wonk blog

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We don’t have the Mueller report yet, but we do have the Attorney General’s letter about the Mueller report.

The Mueller Investigation ends

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The Senate is busy trying to pass a health care bill. But there’s a lot of mystery surrounding it, including what’s in it and if it can pass.

Senate moves ahead on health care

The Senate is busy trying to pass a health care bill. But there’s a lot of mystery surrounding it, including what’s in it and if it can pass.

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House Speaker Paul Ryan and Republican party leadership corralled just enough votes to pass the health care bill -- 217 to 213. All Democrats voted no, and 20 Republicans joined them.

Health care bill passes: What's in it, and will those who voted 'yes' risk losing their jobs?

House Speaker Paul Ryan and Republican party leadership corralled just enough votes to pass the health care bill -- 217 to 213. All Democrats voted no, and 20 Republicans joined them.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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