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- Susan Dentzer President and CEO, NEHI (Network for Excellence in Health Innovation), a non-profit think tank.
- Dan Diamond Reporter with Politico and creator of "Pulse Check," a podcast that features weekly conversations about health care.
- Mary Agnes Carey Partnerships editor and senior correspondent, Kaiser Health News.
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The Republican health care bill under consideration in the House of Representatives would change health coverage for a lot of people. It would no longer require that Americans buy health insurance, for instance, and it would eliminate current subsidies, replacing them with a fixed refundable tax credit. To help Americans understand where Congress stands on the debate over this legislation, NPR and Member stations around the country have compiled a database of Congressional members’ positions on the bill
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