The Republicans have repeatedly said that they intend to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act with better health care for everyone. But just exactly what is the difference between Obamacare and the new GOP plan? Will it really benefit anyone? It will benefit adult children under the age of 26. As is currently the… Continue reading What’s Repealed and What’s Replaced?
The dust is settling on last Friday’s embarrassment and House Republicans are vowing to come with a new plan that will pass muster with all Republican groups, including the Freedom Caucus. Speaker Paul Ryan has urged members to refocus their energy on finding an acceptable alternative. But what does this mean for us? Will Obamacare… Continue reading No Repeal, No Replace: Still Talking
It’s abundantly clear that it is going to take time to repeal and/or replace the Affordable Care Act. And, despite the fact that the republican draft would sunset the ten essential benefits in 2019, it would require a change in the law and therefore 60 votes in the Senate to eliminate these provisions entirely. While… Continue reading Repeal and Replace: “Watering” Down Ten Essential Benefits?
It’s clear that Republicans want to get the Obamacare repeal headed in the right direction. There’s one big problem, however. Too many different competing plans have been introduced to replace the law. Several plans have been presented or are expected, however none appear to have the necessary support to achieve Congressional approval. And it’s unlikely… Continue reading Repeal, Replace: Too Many Options, Too Little Consensus