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Trump says he is 'very supportive' of Senate healthcare bill

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Republicans have been criticised for drafting the Better Care Reconciliation Act in secret.

-Delay a new "Cadillac" tax on high-cost health insurance plans until 2026.

During an appearance on MSNBC's MTP Daily, Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME) explained that she just couldn't support a bill that would end up leaving more Americans without health coverage.

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell developed the bill behind closed doors.

Overturning former President Barack Obama's signature health care law was a top campaign pledge of President Donald Trump and much of the GOP.

"Simply put, if there's a chance you might get sick, get old, or start a family - this bill will do you harm", wrote Obama.

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He, however, said a detailed discussion would be held on the matter within the JD (U). Ram Nath Kovind to his nephew, which aptly can sum him as a man in question.

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Sens. Rand Paul, Mike Lee, Ted Cruz and Ron Johnson said the current draft doesn't seem to "accomplish the most important promise that we made to Americans: to repeal Obamacare and lower their health care costs".

And they would bar people from using tax credits to buy policies that pay for abortion, and also block Planned Parenthood from getting any money from Medicaid for a year.

"Over ten years the Senate bill actually reduces federal expenditures for Medicaid more than the House bill did", Custer said. Unlimited federal dollars now flow to each state for Medicaid, covering all eligible beneficiaries and services. "The bill looks like we are going to keep all of the Obamacare subsidies - in fact, we may well exceed the Obamacare subsidies".

Some of the Senate bill's provisions could be political land mines, with individual senators' reactions to it crucial to determining whether or not the Affordable Care Act, popularly known as Obamacare, survives a Republican attack that has been under way since its passage in 2010. They're going to face cuts. Senate leaders are aiming for a vote before July 4. The previous version of the bill passed in the House ended the expansion in 2020, which earned criticism from some moderates who said the time frame wasn't fair to enrollees. As I continue to carefully review this draft plan, I am committed to doing the right thing for Georgia families and all Americans: "Deliver insurance that is accessible, affordable and accountable to the American people". First, what is meaner: Letting states waive the preexisting condition protection, or allowing insurance markets to fail so that millions of people have no access to insurance? In California, Medi-Cal covers almost 14 million, including half of the state's children and two-thirds of seniors in nursing homes.

KODJAK: Several Republican senators have already said they oppose the bill, so it's unclear whether any of these proposals will become law.

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