The Senate's last push of the first half of 2017 is toward passing the new health care bill. Republican Majority Leader Mitch McConnell expects a tight margin in the upcoming vote, so he's trying to appeal to both sides — adding funding for opioid addiction treatment and low-income Americans, as well as higher tax deductions for health savings accounts. We discuss a newly released study that calculates the financial impact of unchecked climate change and talk to one of the study's authors, who says that climate change's impact will be much bigger in hotter regions. These areas tend to be poorer, meaning climate change has the potential to aggravate America's inequality. And speaking of inequality, we play some of your responses to last week's story on America's divide between people who leave their hometowns and those who stay.