House Republicans narrowly passed a new health care bill. After years of promising to repeal and replace Obamacare, the majority party hastily moved the newest version of the bill to a vote, getting it done without leaving any time for numbers from the Congressional Budget office, town halls, or much public debate.

+ The LA Times published a side-by-side comparison of Obamacare and the GOP’s replacement plan.

+ Vox: How the health care bill could change the health care system.

+ One of the most contested issues: What does the new law mean for those with preexisting conditions?

+ NYT: The major provisions of the House health care bill.

+ Following the vote, House Dems (convinced that the GOP vote would result in many lost seats) erupted into a chorus of Na na na na, na na na na, hey hey hey, goodbye! (Interesting. When I first heard to the news I bent over and started to sing, “Moon River.”)

+ Sidenote: It’s worth noting how CNN (and many outlets) covers politics like a sport, instead of focusing on the impact of the policies. That lays the framework for our current state of political discourse. Example: CNN’s headline following the health care vote: At Last, a Victory Lap for Trump. Again, this a coverage problem regardless of your side of the aisle. CNN covered the health care debate like a sport when the Dems had the momentum too.