Health care bill threatens 410726 Virginians

Joan Terry
July 14, 2017

- Retains Medicaid cuts that drew the ire of moderate Republicans and others.

- Adopts a plan proposed by conservative U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), according to a new analysis released Tuesday.

They also want to reduce the ways people can jump into the market when they're sick and out when they're healthy.

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"You don't fix the Affordable Care Act by a $7 million a year tax cut to the 400 richest families in America".

- Adds money for states to help with increased premiums and out of pocket costs, as well as more money for anti-opioid addiction efforts. When Jellyvision broke down the poll results - which it commissioned from Harris Polls - by respondents' political party affiliations, Republicans (68%) are more likely to believe that an ACA repeal would have no personal impact on them, compared to 55% of Democrats and 60% of Independents. "Instead of pushing legislation that harms Ohioans in rural communities to pad the pockets of insurance and pharmaceutical CEOs, we should be working together to tackle these challenges and lower health care costs for all families". Study authors did note a significantly higher percentage of beneficiaries who said they were able to get all of their necessary care in states that expanded Medicaid, as opposed to those that did not.

But, she says, employees "respond best to plain-English communication that feels like they're talking about benefits with a friend". I've also consistently said that the Affordable Care Act isn't working for many OH families and small businesses whose premiums and deductibles have skyrocketed, and choices have disappeared as health insurance plans have left Ohio. The bill would make the expansion as good a deal for those states choosing to expand Medicaid as those that did so in 2014. "As this process moves forward, I will continue to work with my colleagues to ensure that our health care system works better for all Ohioans".

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