The following is an excerpt from Jake Miller | March 16, 2017 | CBSNews.com |
House Republicans unveiled their long-awaited plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act earlier this month, and like any plan that would affect roughly one-sixth of the American economy, it contained a lot to digest.
Adding to the complexity is the fact that the House bill will almost surely be significantly adjusted by the time it reaches President Trump’s desk -- if it gets to his desk. Republican moderates and conservatives in the House are already demanding major changes, some of which seem mutually exclusive, and that’s before the bill even hits the Senate, where a number of key lawmakers have floated their own versions.
As the repeal-and-replace effort winds its way through Congress, here’s a real-time look at the changes being considered, and how they could affect the American health care market.
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