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THE Nooner for March 28, 2017

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Happy Tuesday! The House GOP leadership continues to pursue repeal/replace of Obamacare, although the same problems that Friday's bill continue. The Medicaid coverage elimination, exclusions of coverage, and reconcilation rules in the Senate continue to be the main stumbling blocks.

Vice-chair of the normally comity-filled House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff (D-Burbank) has now called for chair Devin Nunes (R-Tulare) to step down as chair of the House Intelligence Committee. Things are a complete mess in the committee.

CA49 (Carlsbad): Doug Applegate, the unsuccessful challenger to Darrell Issa has filed FEC reports to correct what was an explain drop in cash on hand of nearly $400,000. The answer was previously undisclosed media buys, reports Morgan Cook at the SDUT.  

 

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Meanwhile, another former Assembly leader Henry Perea has left the pharmaceutical industry for the oil industry.

 

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#CAKEDAY: Happy birthday to Alicia Lewis and Assemblymember Marie Waldron

 

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