Senate Health Care Plan Panned By Critics
Senate Health Care Plan Panned by Critics
After weeks of working in secrecy, Senate Republicans released their version of the American Health Care Act to the public yesterday (June 22). Titled the Better Care Reconciliation Act, the proposed legislation would cut Medicaid funding starting in 2021, require the oldest residents to pay fives times more than the youngest, let states cut “essential health benefits,” block federal reimbursements to Planned Parenthood for at least one year and repeal taxes on corporations and the wealthy.
Head over to NPR for a side-by-side comparison of the Senate bill versus the House version and the Obama Administration’s Affordable Care Act.
Meanwhile, there …