SC experts say GOP health care bill likely to affect you

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Democrats are convinced the GOP repeal bill jeopardises the Republican monopoly in Washington, starting with majority control of the US House, and the party's advantages in state houses from Nevada to New Hampshire.

However, he also seemed to make a point of giving the Senate time to make changes, despite Trump's strong desire to fulfill his campaign promise of repealing and replacing ObamaCare.

Under the proposed AHCA, states could allow insurers to charge you more for coverage if you have a pre-existing condition, like diabetes and asthma.

Lamar Alexander, the Republican chairman of the committee that oversees health care issues.

The spot directs viewers to call a number that connects to the Capitol switchboard. She said her her group will work with the Senate and other policymakers to improve the bill. CBO hasn't scored the bill that passed the House on Friday, and a score is expected as soon as next week.

He is also promising that the American Health Care Act will be a big league bargain for consumers.

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Pennsylvania's two United States senators said they can't wait to dig in to the American Health Care Act.

The bill that passed the House of Representatives last week sparked celebrations among the GOP faithful, but its future is far from certain as it faces the political landmines of the Senate.

The Senate is expected to pass the House budget when it returns Monday. "It is hard to say what the impacts will be until we see what the Senate version looks like".

According to a recent report in The Wall Street Journal by Stephanie Armour and Michelle Hackman, there's good reason to think the bill that could end up being a huge problem for people who get their health insurance through their jobs.

As of now, because the GOP pushed to vote before a new CBO score was released, it is unclear how much the new health care legislation would cost or how many people might lose their coverage. Republican Whip John Cornyn said this week.

"Our concerns are that these reforms which I put in quotation marks may well be a step backwards", says Dr. Jeff Gordon, President of the Connecticut State Medical Society which represents more than 7 thousand physicians. If taxpayers have to pay more to subsidize high-risk pools in order to keep down the cost of insurance premiums, there is no cost-saving unless these high-risk pools are woefully underfunded - and they will be. But sharing the podium with President Trump was Seema Verma, Administrator of Medicare and Medicaid Services, who played a key role in drafting the legislation.

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