A mother sits with her 9-month-old daughter as Dr. Scott Ikeda gives her a checkup at the New York Children's Health Project mobile medical clinic in New York, Nov. 15, 2016. Pediatricians express concerns about the impact the American Health Care Act will have on children.
A mother sits with her 9-month-old daughter as Dr. Scott Ikeda gives her a checkup at the New York Children's Health Project mobile medical clinic in New York, Nov. 15, 2016. Pediatricians express concerns about the impact the American Health Care Act will have on children. Hiroko Masulka of The New York Times N&O file photo
A mother sits with her 9-month-old daughter as Dr. Scott Ikeda gives her a checkup at the New York Children's Health Project mobile medical clinic in New York, Nov. 15, 2016. Pediatricians express concerns about the impact the American Health Care Act will have on children. Hiroko Masulka of The New York Times N&O file photo

Pediatricians: GOP’s health care bill is bad for children

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