Sandoval is the most important person in the Senate health care debate
Stephan Savoia / AP
Nevada Republican Gov. Brian Sandoval responds to reporter’s questions about health care and the opioid epidemic after a session called “Curbing The Opioid Epidemic” at the first day of the National Governor’s Association meeting Thursday, July 13, 2017, in Providence, R.I.
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The fate of the Senate Republican health care bill may rest in the hands of one man who isn’t even a member of Congress: Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval. On health care, he’s the most important person in the country. America’s 101st senator.