Washington (CNN)For those of you keeping track, it's now three days in a row without any executive actions by President Donald Trump, but, of course, stay tuned for updates!
ACTION PRESIDENT TRUMP TOOK TODAY...
WHAT ELSE IS NEW ON DAY 14...
- Repair, repeal, replace? On Groundhog Day, Republicans once again find themselves in a war of words, this time over how to describe their health care efforts.
- Meanwhile, is the repeal plan shrinking?
- Former Lousiana Gov. (and 2016 presidential candidate) Bobby Jindal weighed in with a tongue twister on Twitter, saying, "On Obamacare, Republicans who want to retreat from repeal to repair should be replaced."
- What are these Medicaid block grants that many Republicans want? Here's a helpful explainer.
- Fallout from Trump's travel ban continues, as more than 1,000 bodegas in New York City -- largely owned and operated by Yemeni-Americans -- went on strike Thursday.
- Uber's CEO told Trump he won't be joining the President's business advisory group because of concerns over new policies.
- DREAMers can go to college, but they can't get student loans.
- After a meeting with the Senate Finance and House Ways and Means committee leaders, Trump called NAFTA a "catastrophe" and said he wanted to "speed up" talks for a new trade deal with Mexico and Canada. Meantime, Mexico is prepared to begin renegotiating NAFTA in May, after a 90-day period during which Peña Nieto will consult with Mexican businesses.
- Here's a look at the coming fight over the border adjustment tax.
- Will Mexicans say adios to American goods?
- Senate EPW Chairman John Barrasso took a page out of Sen. Orrin Hatch's playbook, and suspended his committee rules to vote EPA administrator nominee Scott Pruitt out of committee and to the Senate floor.
- In a huge victory for the coal industry, the Senate, following the House's lead Wednesday, voted to repeal a rule that requires coal and mining companies to monitor nearby streams for pollutants. Environmentalists say without the rule, there's no data by which to hold the industry accountable in the event of polluted water. The repeal awaits the President's signature.