The Senate passed a bill Tuesday that would prioritize drug treatments for Ebola.
The senator said infighting among Democrats after the midterm elections has affected the Senate agenda.
The senator said ObamaCare raised taxes on “people battling severe illness.”
The senator introduced a bill giving tax breaks to U.S. troops fighting the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Senator wants drugmakers to pick up the tab of higher costs to Medicaid programs.
Despite lawmakers saying midterm election results showed voters were sick of partisan bickering, senators immediately returned to opposite corners on issues such as healthcare and the environment.
Despite an abbreviated workweek, senators on the Appropriations Committee will hold a hearing Wednesday on the government response to the Ebola outbreak.
The senator called on the VA to act “as aggressively as possible” in firing managers that covered up healthcare delays.
Texas Republicans demanded accountability from the Obama administration on its Ebola response.
The senator told Obama to designate some hospitals as regional “Ebola treatment hubs.”