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Ryan on Republicans not reading the bill: 'Bogus attack' from the left

09 May 2017, 07:55 | Stacy Allen

Consider: The Better Way plan was created to bring down the cost of insurance for younger, healthier Americans by letting insurers charge more to the sick and old, while offering Americans universal tax credits to buy coverage.

In his remarks, Obama said he hopes that lawmakers recognize "it actually doesn't take a lot of courage to aid those who are already powerful, already comfortable, already influential".

No House Democrats supported the bill, and many publicly slammed it as "abominable" and a "tax cut for millionaires".

The American Health Care Act provides individuals with pre-existing conditions these assurances.

Some of the criticisms of the House GOP-led health care process recently have come from fellow Republicans.

As a result of the bill which passed the House, more than 20 million Americans will lose their health insurance; millions more will pay an average of nearly $4,000 more each year for less coverage.

So what changes are small-business owners looking for in a revised federal health-care bill? A bill that doesn't have a shot in the Senate, which is drafting a separate health care bill, but was passed nonetheless.

Republican Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, who is not seeking re-election next year, warned that the bill "has the potential to severely harm the health and lives of people in south Florida".

Ohio Gov. John Kasich couldn't keep a straight face when he was asked about the high-risk pools and whether the federal funding would be sufficient.

"Even if you used all $138 billion that you all put in for high-risk pools, that would still cover only a fraction of those with preexisting conditions", Stephanopoulos said. Stivers was among the 217 to vote in favor of the bill.

No analysis was done by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office before the vote so that lawmakers - and the public - would know its effects on US health care. The CBO concluded after reviewing an earlier version of the House bill that an estimated 24 million consumers would lose coverage over 10 years.

"We don't have big insurance companies and big drug companies, and the kind of wealthy individuals that are going to benefit from this $600 billion tax giveaway", he said.

According to a study by Alavere in the individual market today almost 245,000 Americans have pre-existing conditions.

She spoke on ABC's "This Week". He said repealing Obamacare is "critically important for Kentucky" citing few insurance carriers and more than 30% on Medicaid.

Reince Priebus (ryns PREE'-bus) tells "Fox News Sunday" that he thinks "the Republican Party will be rewarded" when the health care legislation to replace President Barack Obama's overhaul becomes law.

Trump's Health and Human Services chief, Tom Price, appeared on several news talk shows to defend the repeal effort.

The American Health Care Act, which was narrowly passed in the House last week, would worsen Obamacare's problems rather than fix them.

He said the bill's been online "for two months". It will change the rules and subsidies for people who buy their own insurance coverage, and make major cuts to the Medicaid program, which funds care for the poor and disabled.

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