U.S. Senate healthcare bill lacks "heart" to pass
WASHINGTON (Reuters Breakingviews) - The U.S. Senate healthcare bill lacks "heart" to pass in its current form. President Donald Trump wanted more of that and a less "mean" rollback of Obamacare. Yet the Senate spared only 1 million of the 23 million set to lose health coverage under the House plan, according to Congressional Budget Office figures. On that showing, even a Republican-only deal will need surgery.