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REPORT: Pence Pushed to Label Paul Ryan’s Failed Health Bill ‘Ryancare’ Not ‘Trumpcare’

One day after the American Health Care Act (AHCA) vote was canceled for a second time, Vice President Mike Pence told West Virginians at Foster Supply Company in Charleston that 100 percent of House Democrats and a handful of Republicans were to blame for standing in the way of President Trump’s health care bill, but a report has surfaced that in the final days before passage of the bill, Pence pushed to label the bill “Ryancare.”

The body of Tapon Chakraboty, who was killed during a militant attack on a market at Balajan Tinali, is cremated at a cremation ground in the Kokrajhar district of Assam on August 6, 2016. The death toll from an attack in India's northeastern Assam state, where gunmen opened fire on a busy market, jumped to 15 on August 6, as three more people succumbed to their injuries. / AFP / Biju BORO (Photo credit should read BIJU BORO/AFP/Getty Images)

Indian Woman Mistakenly Declared Dead, Burned on Funeral Pyre

24-year-old Rachna Sisodia, a student and newlywed, was tragically pronounced dead of a lung infection at a hospital in northern India on February 25. Even more tragically, there are claims the hospital declared her dead by mistake, and she was still alive when cremated the next day.

PINKERTON: Trump Highlights Health Itself, Not Just Health Insurance

Appropriate for a new president with a bold agenda, a new chapter in healthcare policy is beginning. And, of course, an old chapter is closing. The new chapter is about health. The old chapter was about health insurance—and there’s a difference. As argued here at Breitbart many times, health and health insurance are not the same thing. Both health and health insurance are important, but the first is obviously prior to the second.