Trump signals new hope for ObamaCare overhaul, says ‘Do not fret! ‘

President Trump hinted Saturday that overhauling ObamaCare is still alive, perhaps through a bipartisan bargain, following the efforts dramatic and seemingly terminal failure a day earlier.

ObamaCare will explode and we will all get together and piece together a great healthcare plan for The person or persons, Trump tweeted. Do not worry!

Trump tweeted after House Speaker Paul Ryan on Friday cancelled the final vote for the ObamaCare replacement bill, upon concluding he didnt have enough elections despite the chambers GOP majority.

Were going to be living with ObamaCare for the foreseeable future, the Wisconsin Republican said afterward, constructing clear that neither he nor Trump intend to introduce new legislation.

Meanwhile, Trump appeared to already be turning his attention to taxation reform and returning to his plan to allow ObamaCare to continue — with the expectation that the 2010 health care statute would implode amid increasing costs and few options for Americans.

Still, his tweet Saturday suggested a potential willingness to work on a bipartisan plan on overhauling ObamaCare — albeit a scenario in which Democrat come to the GOP-controlled Congress to work together on improvements.

Ohio Democratic Rep. Tim Ryan on Saturday seemed is accessible to such discussions, acknowledging that ObamaCare indeed has problems, including too few tax credits for poor Americans to help them pay for the insurance.

ObamaCare is not perfect. We need to fix things he said on Fox News Fox& Friends. This is all fixable if we sit down as reasonable people.

Louisiana GOP Sen. Bill Cassidy told Fox News’ “America’s News Headquarters” on Saturday that he agrees with Trump’s tweet, suggesting a bipartisan effort.

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Teen sues Massachusetts school, claims it failed to protect her after alleged rape

High school is supposed to be a place where teens are supported by their school. But one 19 -year-old woman is suing her former school district after administrators allegedly jeopardized her well-being after her sexual assault.

In a federal lawsuit filed on Friday, the 19 -year-old anonymously identified as Jane Roe alleges that she was sexually assaulted at a friend’s sleepover in November 2013. After smoking marijuana with her friend’s friend and his friend, the lawsuit claims, the two men allegedly tricked Roe into smoking too much and started to be rape her after she felt incapacitated.

Roe and her family attempted to seek out assistance from the Newburyport school district, but according to the lawsuit, the school failed to carry out necessary plans to protect Roe from encountering her alleged rapists. Administrators reportedly failed to properly stagger Roe’s schedule to prevent her from insuring the perpetrators, did not inform Roe of her Title IX rights, and failed to give her a space to recuperate from stress induced by the incident.

As a result, Roe repeatedly watched her rapists in the hallway, in the school’s cafeteria, and in other common regions across campus, the lawsuit asserts. Her friend’s brother would usually stare at her and stand close by when the two were in contact with one another, the lawsuit asserts, an encounter that otherwise could have been avoided if the school enforced measures to protect Roe.

The lawsuit highlights the fact that the school’s negligence infringes Title IX’s expanded guidelines. In a 2011 Dear Colleague Letter from the Obama administration, the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights necessitated high school to investigate student sexual assaults, avoid reprisal, and minimize contact, BuzzFeed News reports. If it failed to properly protect Roe from her alleged rapists, the school district would have infringed the Title IX requirements.

Ultimately, Roe’s physical health began to deteriorate as the school district allegedly continued to mishandle her situation. She eventually left her school district and transferred to a private school two hours away in Boston.

” I had a part of my life taken away from me ,” Roe told BuzzFeed News.” They were supposed to facilitate me being a high schooler, me getting to go to a normal prom, or out to dances. As a 15 -year-old I was supposed to have stupid teenage drama but I never get that. It’s just sad .”

Four years later, Roe claims she filed the lawsuit because she wants to protect other young girl from going through her same situation.

” I did everything I was supposed to do ,” Roe said to BuzzFeed News.” I spent my whole life believing that these institutions were supposed to help me … It was such a betrayal .”

Roe’s attorney, Alex Zalkin, has since was contended that the school depicted a” absence of compassion” and” complete apathy” to Roe, infringing Title IX.

” This occurrence is a perfect example of how not to respond to a student who has reported that she has been violently sexually assaulted by two fellow students ,” Zalkin told according to BuzzFeed News.

H/ T BuzzFeed News

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