Good morning ... President Trump is still deciding what he wants to do about the Affordable Care Act's cost-sharing subsidies, keeping the entire health care world in a perpetual state of suspense. If there's one thing insurance companies hate, it's suspense.

On the bright side, the Senate might pass the bill to reauthorize the Food and Drug Administration's user fees today. They're expected to vote on the House-passed version so they don't have to negotiate a final version and they can just be done with it.

What we're watching today: Senate procedural vote on the FDA bill, and maybe final approval after that. Also, Aetna earnings call before markets open.

What we're watching this week: Cigna earnings call, Friday before markets open.

What we're watching in September: Hearings on Alexander and Murray's ACA stabilization bill, week of Sept. 4.

What's your favorite broken part of the health care system?,