House Speaker Paul Ryan said lawmakers must "follow the facts wherever they lead" on President Donald Trump and Russian meddling in the election, adding that he still has full confidence in the president. "Now is the time to gather all the pertinent information," Ryan told reporters Tuesday after a private meeting of House Republicans. "Our job is to be responsible, sober and focus only on gathering the facts."
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The health-care world is gearing up for a lobbying offensive to persuade Republican senators to address their problems with an Obamacare replacement that was conceived in the House in a virtual vacuum.
(Bloomberg) — The health care world is gearing up for a lobbying offensive to persuade Republican U.S. senators to address their problems with H.R. 1628, an Affordable Care Act change bill replacement that was conceived in the House in a virtual vacuum.