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Friday News Roundup - Domestic

People protest against the Senate health care bill on June 28, 2017, in New York. The vote on the bill, which would make drastic cuts to Medicaid among other changes, was postponed on Tuesday as GOP leadership seek to persuade fellow Republicans to vote for the plan. Nine senators have said they will not support the bill, and the party can only afford to lose two for it to pass.
People protest against the Senate health care bill on June 28, 2017, in New York. The vote on the bill, which would make drastic cuts to Medicaid among other changes, was postponed on Tuesday as GOP leadership seek to persuade fellow Republicans to vote for the plan. Nine senators have said they will not support the bill, and the party can only afford to lose two for it to pass.

With guest host Indira Lakshmanan.

The Supreme Court stirred up headlines this week with the announcements it will hear arguments over the travel ban, political gerrymandering and a controversial cake shop. Meanwhile, elsewhere in Washington, GOP lawmakers continue to quibble over proposed health care legislation and President Trump makes a personal attack on members of the media.

GUESTS

Domenico Montanaro, Lead political editor, NPR

Sheryl Gay Stolberg, Domestic affairs correspondent, The New York Times.

Naftali Bendavid, Editor and reporter, The Wall Street Journal

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