Obamacare subsidies recipients will see sharp changes under Trumpcare that dramatically affects how much they pay for insurance.
Answered to questions from three readers who are anxious about what the House-passed health reform bill might mean for their health insurance situation.
“The health insurance has allowed us to live the way we want, to be at home with the kids and create our own business.” Now they are holding their breath.
There is no doubt that children and families in small towns would be disproportionately harmed by cuts to Medicaid in Trumpcare.
Premiums will be higher for many in several states and where lower caused by those with preexisting conditions opting out of unaffordable insurance.
Lawmakers posted information taken from talking points put out by the House Republican Conference that try to frame health bill as kinder and gentler.
The GOP Health Bill would fundamentally and significantly alter coverage for people who get coverage through their employers too.
There could be consequences in AHCA for anyone with a preexisting condition, even those who have maintained continuous insurance coverage.
Trump acknowledged to Time interviewers that health care was not an area of expertise in his previous job. “It was just not high on my list.”
HHS Secretary Tom Price’s chief of staff, Lance Leggitt, instructed employees not to have “any communications” with members of Congress or their staffs.