The Republican bill would decrease access for millions, and in the process dismantle the tools used to fight substance abuse.
The Congressional Budget Office’s damning report on the party’s replacement for Obamacare stunned some GOP lawmakers. They shouldn’t have been surprised.
The Congressional Budget Office’s evaluation of the amended bill still sees huge premium spikes for sicker and older people.
People with preexisting conditions could face sharply higher costs in some states if the legislation was enacted, the Congressional Budget Office reported Wednesday.
The majority leader’s tactical expertise makes his wishes for the American Health Care Act hard to discern.
The president’s proposed spending plan would make the country more vulnerable to health emergencies.
The Republican bill, now in the Senate’s hands, would constrain the health-care safety net for children who need it most.
Funding for the 20-year-old law runs out in September, and a bipartisan extension is taking a backseat to the all-consuming Republican push to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
From making unrealistic promises to striking back-room deals, the GOP is repeating the same mistakes in trying to repeal Obamacare that they criticized when it was enacted.
With the bill 51 votes away from law, the central philosophy of the Trump era is one step closer to becoming policy.
Republicans in the upper chamber might set aside the House-passed bill and write their own legislation instead. Their narrow majority leaves them almost no room for division.
There’s no official final score of the bill on the House floor, but most of it has already been analyzed.
A conversation with a former director of the agency on the American Health Care Act vote and how health-care legislation is appraised by the federal government
The Trump administration is leveraging a new tool to try to keep states from embracing Obamacare.
For the second time, GOP leaders have lost the support of a key House veteran for the American Health Care Act at a critical juncture.
The Affordable Care Act was behind the last lapse in federal funding in 2013, and Democrats threaten revenge if Republicans try to jam through their repeal bill before a spending agreement is reached.
In its second about-face this week, the White House said it would continue making subsidy payments to insurers as part of the Affordable Care Act. Democrats were demanding the money as part of negotiations to avert a government shutdown.
Instead of fixing its core issues, a potential new amendment to the bill only highlights the problems with the effort to replace Obamacare.
With conservatives endorsing an amendment to the party’s Obamacare replacement plan, the legislation’s fate rests with the GOP’s most politically vulnerable members.