Donald Trump has launched a nation-wide campaign in an attempt to salvage his tax reform plans. And time is running out for Congress. After deciding to totally amend the bill, it is proving to be incapable of reaching a minimum consensus on its shape and content.
Despite Republicans still had no deal on their health care bill to repeal Obamacare on Wednesday’s midnight, the House of Representatives must vote later today to “repeal and replace” the law. Much to the disappointment of many observers, the Trump administration has given priority to this topic over tax cuts and infrastructure spending.
NEW YORK | By Ana Fuentes | In some countries like India or Saudi Arabia pharmaceutical companies face a crucial year. What about the U.S.? Will the Obamacare, for example, impact them in any way? Kevin Buchi, CEO of TetraLogic, a mid-sized pharma that just went public and is focused on small molecule drugs against cancer, among others, tells us about the investors’ fears.
WASHINGTON | By Jeff Madrick via The Next New Deal | This latest outrage is just another symptom of an extreme anti-government ideology with roots dating back to the 1970s, the author believes. And sequestration is undermining what could have been a strong recovery by now.
NEW YORK | You are going to hear it more than often. It is called individual mandate: citizens required to purchase health insurance, or face a penalty. It is the Gordian knot of Obamacare, the new US Health law. And it is also the essence of both the Netherlands health system (it has been since 2006) and the Swiss (since 1994). In that regard, the US is trying to imitate…