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What we're watching this week: Senate Republican leaders and staff are still working on the first draft of that health care bill. How quickly can the business lobby kill this idea of taxing employer benefits?
What we're watching next week: The Senate comes back, looks at the draft bill, and leaks stuff they don't like. And Thursday is Tom Price day — the Health and Human Services secretary testifies on the HHS budget proposal before the Senate Finance Committee in the morning and the House Ways and Means Committee in the afternoon. (Same day James Comey is testifying on some other stuff, FWIW.)
Also, the investment bank Jefferies holds its global health care conference in New York City, June 6-9. Facebook holds a health summit on June 6 for pharmaceutical marketers, per CNBC.
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