GOP health care plan is a step backwards

GOP health care plan is a step backwards

GOP health care plan is a step backwards

"The reality is clear: America is stronger because of the Affordable Care Act", Mr. Obama said in a statement come just hours before the House is expected to take a vote to repeal the massive health law. But we should start from the baseline that any changes will make our health care system better, not worse for hardworking Americans.

Do we call ourselves public servants if we're not protecting those who can not afford health care?

"If passed into law, [AHCA] would not only repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and key provisions that have provided access to healthcare insurance for over 20 million Americans, it would fundamentally undermine the ability of numerous most vulnerable people, including people with pre-existing conditions, to benefit from life-saving medical treatment in our nation", NBJC said in their statement.

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A Congressional Budget Office report found that 24 million fewer people would be insured in 2026, including 14 million who would have had Medicaid, if the GOP bill becomes law. I hear my constituents' concerns about the future of health care.

"I'd love to tell you I'm a firm vote one way or the other on this", Tipton said.

Americans were promised that they could keep their doctor and promised that they could keep their coverage, and it simply was not true. However, most Republican voters still favor a repeal. During the rally Thursday morning, Republicans on Capitol Hill scrambled to receive the votes needed to move the healthcare overhaul to the Senate. Reducing coverage choice is the opposite of what Republicans said the AHCA would do.

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As of this morning, 29 republicans likely lined up against it. President Trump was up all night trying to switch some of those votes to yes.

If this so-called Obamacare repeal was simply that, it would lead to a situation where millions of folks who are now insured are unable to pay for their health insurance. "During that time, I wasn't able to afford to go to all my therapy appointments, and my situation at the time pretty much got out of control and I had to be hospitalized".

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