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CBN News in a Minute: Today's Top Headlines – July 14

CBN News in a Minute: Today's Top Headlines – July 14 Read Transcript


[MUSIC PLAYING]

It's Friday, July 14th, end of the work week.

Here is your CBN News minute.

A revised health care bill was just unveiled in the US Senate.

It allows cheaper plans with reduced services.

It also provides billions of dollars

to tackle the national opioid epidemic.

President Trump tells CBN he'll be

very angry if Senate Republicans don't pass the bill.

It has to get passed.

They have to do it.

They have to get together and get it done.

What will happen if they don't?

Well, I don't even want to talk about it.

Because I think it would be very bad.

I would be very angry about it.

And a lot of people would be very upset.

MAN (ON RADIO): [NON-ENGLISH SPEECH]

BEN KENNEDY: A terror attack in Jerusalem's Old City

after two policemen were gunned down

by three Israeli Arab terrorists, who were later

shot and killed by police on the Temple Mount.

Faith-based pregnancy centers in Hawaii are fighting a new law.

The measure forces them to violate

their own religious beliefs and tell patients

about free state-funded abortions.

Centers that refuse could face fines.

To stay on top of the latest headlines, visit cbnnews.com.

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