The crucial House vote on the GOP plan to replace Obamacare is one day away. President Trump's reputation as a deal-maker will be on the line in the first major test of his legislative agenda. With no support from Democrats, more than 21 Republican "no" votes would sink the bill. Major Garrett reports.
More than 24 million people received health care from community health centers in 2015. Now that changes to Obamacare are under consideration, doctors and patients are growing concerned about the future of those centers. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.
President Trump made the trek to Capitol Hill Tuesday to drum up support from his own party members for his Obamacare replacement. The House is scheduled to vote on the bill on Thursday. Margaret Brennan has more.
In his first presidential address to Congress, President Biden addressed the U.S. health care system said it "should be a right, not a privilege in America." Mr. Biden also called out high prescription drug costs. Watch his remarks.
There is growing opposition from members within the Republican Party on the GOP plan to replace Obamacare after the Congressional Budget Office released its analysis predicting fewer people would buy coverage. CBS News contributor and Republican strategist Frank Luntz joins "CBS This Morning" from Sacramento to discuss how GOP leaders are selling their health care plan. He also discusses President Trump's leaked tax return from 2005.
The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office says the GOP alternative to Obamacare would cost 14 million people their health insurance in 2018 and millions more thereafter. Republican leaders criticized the report after its release. Nancy Cordes reports.
One part of the GOP proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act would cut federal funding for any organization that provides abortions, with a few exceptions. The provision would essentially defund Planned Parenthood if it continues providing abortion services. Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss how the federal money is used now and why she thinks the proposed policy is a "war on women's healthcare."