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The Department of Health and Human Services budget is officially out (after briefly being posted online yesterday by accident), and it's being slammed by Democrats, medical research groups and public health advocates for its massive spending cuts. Besides the deep reductions to Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program, here are the main ones to know about:

  • HHS discretionary spending: $12.4 billion cut
  • National Institutes of Health: $5.7 billion cutIncludes $1 billion cut to National Cancer Institute
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: $1.3 billion cutIncludes $186 million cut to infectious disease programs
  • Food and Drug Administration: $854 million cutIncludes $1.3 billion increase in user fees
  • Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality: Eliminated, merged into NIH

Reality check: Congress can't push back against all of this — but most of it is pretty unlikely. Top Republican appropriators have already made it clear they're not interested in the NIH cuts, and the Senate and House health care committees are too far along in renewing the FDA user fees to rewrite them now.

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Rep. Roger Marshall won the Kansas Republican Senate primary on Tuesday evening, beating former Secretary of State Kris Kobach and a slew of other candidates, AP reports.

Why it matters: Following GOP Sen. Pat Roberts' retirement announcement, some Republicans worry that if Kobach won the primary it would endanger the party's chances of keeping the seat and maintaining a majority in the Senate.

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  2. U.S.: Total confirmed cases as of 8:30 p.m. ET: 4,765,170 — Total deaths: 156,668 — Total recoveries: 1,528,979 — Total tests: 57,543,852Map.
  3. States: New York City health commissioner resigns in protest of De Blasio's coronavirus response — Local governments go to war over schools.
  4. Public health: 59% of Americans support nationwide 2-week stay-at-home order in NPR poll.
  5. Politics: Trump's national security adviser returns to work after coronavirus recovery Republicans push to expand small business loan program.
  6. Sports: Indy 500 to be held without fansRafael Nadal opts out of U.S. Open.