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Health Care Shares Dip As Legislative Dance Drags On - Health Care Roundup

19 Juillet 2017

When Jellyvision broke down the poll results - which it commissioned from Harris Polls - by respondents' political party affiliations, Republicans (68%) are more likely to believe that an ACA repeal would have no personal impact on them, compared to 55% of Democrats and 60% of Independents. It's easy to forget that Congress exempted itself from the Affordable Care Act when this law was passed.

The building, the site of Utah offices for the state's USA senators, has been the site of a handful of demonstrations from activists in the last few weeks, urging Lee and Hatch to oppose the measure.

Read the entire Better Care Reconciliation Act here.

"I think we're probably in that position where we'll just let Obamacare fail", he said.

In his July 13 statement, Bishop Dewane referred back to his June 27 letter to senators that said any health care reform bill must uphold several moral principles: affordability; access for all; respect for life; and protection of conscience rights.

The new BCRA includes a tweaked version of the Cruz amendment that stipulates if health insurers were to cover a "sufficient minimum coverage" on the Affordable Care Act (ACA) exchanges, then they could also offer more affordable health plans outside of the Obamacare exchanges - exempt from many Obamacare insurance regulations.

"We're not gonna own it".

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President Trump, speaking to reporters in the Roosevelt Room, dished out plenty of blame for Democrats and Republicans alike. "I can tell you, the Republicans are not going to own it".

Bishop Dewane also said in that letter the USA bishops valued the language in the earlier Senate bill that recognizes "abortion is not health care", and that it at least partially succeeded on conscience rights.

She specifically cited problems with insurance markets in rural areas and the need for more federal resources to combat opioid addiction.

"We need federal health policy that supports and enhances Vermont's good work, not policy that builds new barriers to coverage and care", said Jeff Tieman, president and CEO of the Vermont Association of Hospitals and Health Systems.

Bishop Dewane said the USCCB "is reviewing carefully the health care bill introduced by Senate leadership earlier today".

Recent Congressional Budget Office estimates show that about 22 million Americans will lose insurance coverage entirely if the bill passes. Fortunately, Sen. McCain is covered by the best health insurance OUR money can buy him.