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CBO: Repealing Obamacare would leave 27 million more people uninsured in 2020

21 Juillet 2017

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), followed by Senate Majority Whip John Cornyn (R-Tex.), leave the White House on July 19.

If they worked with Democrats to fix what ails Obamacare, they would ultimately produce a moment equivalent to the creation of Social Security and Medicare. "I regret that the effort to repeal and immediately replace the failures of Obamacare will not be successful".

Regardless, SMcConnell insisted that there will be a vote next Tuesday on a motion to proceed to a vote on a health care bill - despite no one seeming to know which bill they will be voting on. We can not keep the commitment we made to the American people to repeal or replace Obamacare unless we get on the bill. The agency found that, like a prior Senate version, the latest bill would increase the number of uninsured Americans by 22 million by 2026. But the Republican plan is so stingy, the individual insurance market would not provide reasonable options to low-income and older people. But the CBO did not factor in a version of an amendment first proposed by Sen. Without these three Republican senators, Republicans have no hope of reaching the 50-vote threshold needed to pass the bill. Both of those bills do not have the votes to pass at the moment, however, though negotiations on the second measure are ongoing.

Senator Rob Portman, an Ohio Republican, hinted strongly that he too would oppose it.

"This was the one we were anxious about", Trump said, gesturing to Heller.

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The latest analysis comes just a day after the CBO estimated that a repeal-only bill - without an immediate plan for what would replace the current health law - would increase the uninsured population by 32 million by 2026.

Mr. Cruz's proposal was included in a version of the bill released last week, but it has been assailed by the insurance industry. He has said he plans to bring a straight-repeal bill to the floor early next week.

Under the plan, the ACA, popularly known as Obamacare, would be repealed after a two-year transition period during which time senators would come up with a compromise plan to replace it, a balance that has been impossible to strike so far.

For Republicans, that vote was a political two-fer: it delivered a dramatic confrontation with the Obama White House and it proved to voters Republicans were serious about delivering on their promise to end Obamacare.

During the meeting, President Trump told the senators a full replacement was required, which is at odds with a Tweet he posted 24 hours prior.

CBO: Repealing Obamacare would leave 27 million more people uninsured in 2020