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Colorado to take $15 billion hit under Senate health care bill

24 Juin 2017

Dean Heller says he opposes the GOP bill scuttling much of the Obama health care law, complicating the effort by party leaders to guide the measure through the Senate. Obviously that means his vote could change once the bill gets amended, but it might be slightly tricky considering his reason for opposing AHCA: Medicaid.

"We're concerned that it would lead to dramatic cuts in services or dramatic cuts in the number of beneficiaries who would rely on Medicaid", said Kristine Grow, a spokeswoman for AHIP.

He said he wouldn't vote for a bill that that "takes insurance away from tens of millions of Americans", which is sort of the bread-and-butter of Republican health policy.

Paul also said it was not clear whether the four senators would stay united as talks continue.

"There isn't anything in this bill that would lower premiums", Heller said.

The Better Care Reconciliation Act, as it is formally known, would significantly roll back federal Medicaid spending by capping cost growth, starting in 2021.

The new health care bill released by Senate Republicans has exactly the same major flaw that the original proposed "American Health Care Act" did. That makes him the fifth senator to say so, the other four being Texas Sen. "But Republicans believe we have a responsibility to act, and we are", Mr McConnell said.

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Arizona's Republican Gov. Doug Ducey said Friday the Senate GOP bill falls short of what his state needs.

"This is a nasty bill and they are trying to cover it up with little things here and there", said Senator Chuck Schumer, D-NY.

AHIP represents Anthem Inc, one of the largest sellers of health insurance on the Obamacare exchanges, and Cigna Corp, among others.

In a statement, the American Academy of Pediatrics said, "The bill fails children by dismantling the Medicaid program, capping its funding, ending its expansion and allowing its benefits to be scaled back".

Remember what Trump promised the American people.

First up, the Congressional Budget Office's estimate of the plan's costs and the effects on insurance coverage is due early in the week, perhaps Monday, June 26.

With a third of the Senate coming up for re-election in 2018, many will have to weigh the state-wide implications before voting for the bill. When Trump stupidly referred to the House bill as "mean", he was nearly certainly referring to the provision in that measure that lets insurers charge higher premiums to those with preexisting conditions in states that have received a waiver from the federal government.