States brace for big decisions under GOP health care changes

States brace for big decisions under GOP health care changes

States brace for big decisions under GOP health care changes

He said he was going to provide health care to all people, not throw another 24 million people off of health insurance. It was even more surreal for the blatant lies coming out of the mouths of various Republicans about what this bill will do, at least if the final version remotely resembles this one.

"The Senate is starting from scratch". That momentous announcement brought a very short-lived reprieve, as last Thursday the House Republicans narrowly passed Trumpcare 2.0, despite overwhelming opposition from major medical organizations (AMA, American Hospital Association, American Nurses Association, 10 health advocacy groups, including American Heart Association and March of Dimes), AARP, and many everyday Americans. The vote on this bill was held without hearings, without a score from the Congressional Budget Office analyzing its full impact, and without giving members enough time to even read the bill. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., said in an interview, describing the Kentucky Republican's request to GOP senators during a lunch.

The tweet was sent from his home on his private golf club in Bedminster. She said to replicate Maine's program nationally would cost $15 billion yearly, "which I do not see in the House bill". "Democrats should take this vote as a lesson that this White House and Congress can still pack a powerful punch", he contended.

Under the House bill, states would be allowed to reduce coverage requirements for people who buy individual insurance plans while allowing insurers to charge higher premiums to older people and those with pre-existing conditions if they had a lapse in coverage. "And without women in that working group, I can tell you right now it's not going to address the issues that women look at when they do health care". And many people like the stipulation that now, under Obamacare, no health insurance company may refuse coverage to someone who is already sick.

"Unless we send a strong message that these bills should pass, they are very likely to die a quiet, slow death", Watson said.

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Gov. John Kasich of OH questioned what would happen to the mentally ill, drug addicts and people with chronic illnesses under the changes proposed for Medicaid.

Of the 52 Republicans in the Senate, 20 hail from states that expanded Medicaid in recent years.

"The same people that are saying that are the same people that went out there and said to the face of every American if you like your plan you can keep your plan, if you like your doctor you can keep your doctor", said Mast.

Ryan dismissed the idea that elected officials and the public had not gotten a chance to fully understand the bill as "the left trying to throw sand in the gears" of repealing and replacing the ACA. "The Senate will complete the job". The similarities between the two - Obamacare subsidies are also refundable tax credits - prompted some lawmakers to dub the House plan "Obamacare Lite".

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