Pat Toomey: House GOP Bill Should Shape Senate's Healthcare PlanPennsylvania Senator Pat Toomey says Republicans in the Senate should base their healthcare bill off of what passed in the House of Represenatives.
Congressman Tom MacArthur: GOP Healthcare Bill Gives States More FlexibilityCongressman Tom MacArthur said giving states more flexibility with insurance is how he brokered a Republican coalition to pass a healthcare bill in the House of Representatives.
Michelle Malkin: 'We Do Not Need To Be Lectured' By Jimmy KimmelMichelle Malkin said she doesn't need a lecture from an emotional Jimmy Kimmel about the need for expanded healthcare.
House To Vote On Health Care Bill ThursdayThe House will vote Thursday on the GOP's long-sought legislation to repeal and replace portions of former President Barack Obama's Affordable Care Act, Republican leaders announced on Wednesday. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy confidently predicted success after a day of wrangling votes and personal arm-twisting by President Donald Trump.
News, Politics and Entertainment with The Chris Stigall Show | April 21Chris discussed the controversies surround Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor Mike Stack, Bernie Sanders saying he is not a Democrat and a new book that details the failings of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign. At 7:00 he talked with economist Chris Butler on Finance Friday about Donald Trump's new initiative on healthcare and tax cuts, comedian Steve-O at 8:00 in advance of he appearances at Helium Comedy Club this weekend and Face the Nation Moderator, John Dickerson, at 8:20 about how Donald Trump will negotiate with Congress to avoid a government shutdown.
Rich kicked off the show talking about the GOP healthcare bill. He said it is incredible that Conservatives are the minority in the Republican party. Rich then touched on George Takei who said that the election was null and void. Rich then talked about how they have postponed the vote on the healthcare Bill. Starting the 4PM hour Rich played some of the press conference from Freedom Caucus chair Mark Meadows. Next Rich talks with Kelly Johnston VP of Government Affairs for Campbell Soup. Next Rich talked about the Snooki Bill to limit speaker fees at Public Universities in NJ. In the 5PM hour, Rich says that giving people free things is not the answer. Stop looking for the short term win. Rich then talked about Bob Woodward who said Unveiling of 'Highly Classified Gossip' Could Be Criminal Act. Rich then talked about Chuck Schumer who said he will filibusterer Gorsuch
Chaffetz: Low-Income Americans Will Have To Choose Health Care Over iPhones"They've got to make those decisions themselves," Chaffetz added.
Zeoli Show Log 01.17.17Rich discussed local Democrat Congressmen boycotting Donald Trump's inauguration, Trump's plan to replace Obamacare and a 'user fee' possibly coming to Pennsylvania. He also discussed President Obama commuting Chelsea Manning's sentence, GM investing $1 billion dollars in the U.S. and more. Rich spoke with FIRE co-founder Harvey Silverglate regarding his article, A Senator Fights DeVos With FIRE at 5pm. He also spoke with Charles 'Cully' Stimson, a Senior Legal Fellow at The Heritage Foundation, regarding President Obama commuting Chelsea Manning's sentence at 5:20pm.
Zeoli Show Log 10.25.16Rich discussed Obamacare premiums soaring, taking selfies with ballots and Colin Powell's endorsement of Hillary Clinton. He also discussed Elizabeth Warren's nasty woman speech, New Jersey senators desire for gas tax to fund Bergen light rail extension and wacky airplane safety videos. Rich spoke with Senator Jeff Sessions at 4:20pm and Gov. Ed Rendell at 4:30pm.
Obamacare Impact: Staying Up To Date On Healthcare LawsSmall business owners should keep a close eye on how healthcare laws and regulations are changing in the United States.
Healthcare Workers Hold 1-Day Strike At Chestnut Hill HospitalHundreds of healthcare workers from Chestnut Hill Hospital walked off the job Saturday and held a 1-day strike as they seek higher wages.
How To Prevent A Newborn Mix-UpIdentification mistakes in newborns happen every day in Pennsylvania.