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I need a doctor who is willing to volunteer tomorrow. Today was one of the hardest days yet. I ran into a community leader in Florida, Puerto Rico and she did her homework of figuring out who is disabled and what their needs are. We found an old man by himself, with no water and too old to do anything. We got him moved to a care center. We found an old woman that was in excruciating pain from ulcers and then one that was hours away from dying, with no oxygen, we got that squared and then we got to two more without water. We have to go back tomorrow with more supplies and I definitely need a doctor for this second trip. View more pictures and read more at https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10155076694627759&set=pcb.10155076695317759&type=3&theater
Sen. John McCain has announced that he will vote in favor of a bipartisan bill to continue paying ObamaCare subsidies for low-income Americans that President Trump ended, saying the bill “shows that good faith, bipartisan negotiations can achieve consensus on lasting reform.” Two holdouts on the GOP effort to repeal ObamaCare are throwing their support behind a bipartisan deal to extend payments to insurers after President Trump moved to nix them. Republican Sens. John McCain (Ariz.) and Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) on Tuesday both praised the agreement to provide two years of the cost-sharing reduction payments. “While this deal certainly doesn’t solve all the problems caused by Obamacare, it shows that good faith, bipartisan negotiations can achieve consensus on lasting reform. … I look forward to voting in support of this bill,” McCain said in a statement. Read more at http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/355924-mccain-murkowski-signal-support-for-deal-on-obamacare-payments
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