Residents fear losing insurance under GOP health plan

Doug Mendoza
March 20, 2017

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, however, reported this past week that under the GOP plan, 14 million people - adults and children - will lose health care coverage next year, and 24 million by 2026.

House Speaker Paul Ryan said on Sunday that he's looking to change the current version of the GOP replacement for Obamacare because the bill needs to do more to address the health care needs of older Americans. "The president is bringing people to his table, and I'm very impressed with how the president is helping us close this bill, making the improvements we've been making".

Some stem from the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid expansion, which IL chose to accept.

Members of Republican leadership and from the committees the bill has already passed through will be milling around the space and available for interviews with reporters.

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Those who favor staying the course with the Affordable Care Act, the so-called Obamacare plan now in place, aired their voices at a rally at 72nd and Dodge Saturday afternoon. I committed to President Trump that I would support this plan if it contains the changes we agreed to today. It has been three years and I still haven't used up my tax credit.

The future of Medicaid could become a pivotal issue as the health care debate moves to the Senate. Some people are facing "astronomical" costs for prescription drugs, he said. She says says that the conversations about health insurance occurring in congress are ultimately about whether or not people have a right to be healthy. Under the Republican plan to replace Obamacare, premiums would increase for approximately 454,000 Floridians between the ages of 50 to 64 who now receive Obamacare tax credits. Republicans hope that by restraining the government's financial help to patients, insurance companies will offer cheaper policies that better match the cost of the tax credits. By fundamentally changing the financing structure of Medicaid through a per-capita cap on spending, the bill would weaken this vital safety net program.

One beneficiary of GOP's tax bill: President Trump.

Put simply, all of the freedom and control that Obamacare has taken away, we are giving that back to the people. And because the ACA restricted insurers' ability to "age-rate" - or charge much higher premiums for older individuals - repealing the bill will cause an initial increase in premiums for low-income seniors not yet on Medicare. "Trump says the attendees were "mostly no's, yesterday" and now they're all yes's". And they want people to be able to buy their health insurance across state lines (like vehicle insurance and a million other things) instead of being forced to buy from their state's monopoly provider.

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