There's nothing shocking about its health care plan. The GOP has punished the poor for decades.
In the Better Care Reconciliation Act, the Republican Party has put forth legislation that would kick 22 million Americans off their health insurance by 2026, and likely drive thousands more into bankrupty with skyrocketing premiums. Now, party leaders, including Junior Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) and President Trump himself, are floating the idea of repealing the Affordable Care Act and replacing it at a later date—this despite the fact the GOP has had seven years to produce a plan of its own.
@stoweboyd: Krugman distills GOP health care: poor get cruelty, rich get millions, the rest get screwedhttps://t.co/WNMI1YGGMP http://pic.twitter.com/zHh6ryTvES — Stowe Boyd (@stoweboyd) June 30, 2017
Click here for reuse options! MCNBC's Stephanie Ruhle looked taken aback. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has delayed a vote on Republicans' new health care bill, the Better Care Reconciliation Act. On Thursday, MSNBC's Steph...
Disability rights activists have now spent two nights in Sen. Cory Gardner’s Denver office, where they are holding a sit-in to protest the Better Care Reconciliation Act, which would cut $772 million from Medicaid by 2026. The membe...
The American Health Care Act is the most unpopular piece of major legislation Congress has considered in decades. But that may be in the way Republicans are messaging their bill to repeal and replace Obamacare.