“The repeal vote is easy compared to what you do to ‘replace,’” Rosen said. He said, “There’s going to be some effort to put up Republican ideas” whether it’s the Ryan plan or a plan Boehner offered last year which
“Repeal would likely clear the House, particularly with the help of the new Tea Party members. And some House Democrats would likely cross the aisle and vote down the bill, Dean Rosen, the former lead health adviser to then-Senate Majority
“The next couple of years, in some ways, become about the 2012 elections, “Republican healthcare lobbyist Dean Rosen said last week at an Alliance for Health Reform briefing in Washington.
“Of course, some of the lobbying world’s most recognizable names will very likely see a bump in buisness. After all, it doesn’t hurt that Mehlman Vogel Castagnetti’s Bruce mehlman cut his teeth as a general counsel to the National Republican
Republicans hope that the congressional hearings they’ll convene will “keep alive in minds of American people that this is a raw deal,” says Dean Rosen, the former chief health care advisor to then-Senate Majority Leader Williams Frist, R-Tenn. “Because this
“It sure seems like Republicans have a good shot at taking the House, looks like they’ll come close, but not quite take the Senate,” predicted Dean Rosen, the former lead health advisor to then-Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist.
“Whether enough tea party candidates will be elected in November and form a significant voting bloc that can away climate or energy is the $64,000 question,” said Jon Hoganson, a former House staffer who is now a principal with the