Here's what's reportedly in Republicans' new health-care bill

Here's what's reportedly in Republicans' new health-care bill

One option under consideration is an amendment by Senator Ted Cruz that would allow insurers to offer cheaper plans that do not cover numerous health services required under current law.

Farenthold says he's eager to see Obamacare replaced as soon as possible.

Now the Cruz-amended version of the Senate bill would permit insurers to sell - primarily to young and healthy Americans - stripped-down health insurance plans that don't meet coverage requirements established by former President Barack Obama's health care law, also known as Obamacare. That revenue, which they estimate to be about $500 billion, would be sent to the states.They are still waiting to see a score from the Congressional Budget Office to confirm that figure. McIntosh said, "I think that this is a must do for Senate Republicans, you know it was painful getting it through the House but I think for the entire Senate Republican conference, it's a must do, failure is not an option".

Lawmakers need to realize that if they only made the median annual Iowa salary, they would only make $53, 183 per year before taxes.

The new bill is an attempt by Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to win over moderates and conservatives against the original Senate bill released on June 22.

"When [Chuck] Schumer talks about doing something bipartisan if this is unsuccessful, really what he's offering is a multibillion-dollar insurance company bailout with no reform", said Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn, R-Texas, The Hill notes.

"We're going to do healthcare next week", McConnell told reporters.

With Democrats united in opposition, McConnell needs support from at least 50 of the Senate's 52 Republicans to pass the measure in the 100-member chamber.

Jason Pye, the vice president for legislative affairs for FreedomWorks, noted that every Republican senator except for Sen. We can reach our senators at 202-224-3121 or leave the message to avoid any proposal that cuts needed coverage for our citizens, particularly in any restructure of Medicaid. Republican leaders had initially hoped to vote on legislation to roll back Obamacare before a recess last week, but postponed the planned vote once it became clear the bill did not have enough support for passage.

Graham, in an interview Thursday morning, said it leaves health care "up to the governors", whether they'd like to keep Obamacare, tweak or replace it.

Allow people to spend money from health savings accounts on premiums: HSAs, which are not taxed, can be spent on a variety of medical care costs. "At this point, I can not support the bill".

If Republicans don't pass the legislation, Trump said "it would be very bad".



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