"It's simply not the answer", the Nevada Republicansaid at a news conference alongside Gov. Brian Sandoval in Las Vegas. Instead, they want to hold back their final decision till after all the negotiations are done and dusted.
It is now up to us to let our Senators know that this bill is unacceptable.
It also would provide more generous tax subsidies than the House bill to help low-income people buy private insurance. The bill would replace its individual insurance coverage with new subsidies and requirements and cut federal funding for Medicaid. Both Maine Sen. Susan Collins and Nevada Sen.
The former President and namesake for the existing Affordable Care Acthealthcare law took to Facebook to express his concern over the replacement bill set to be voted upon in the Senate that would benefit the wealthy with massive tax cuts as well as pharmaceutical and insurance companies.
"It's a massive transfer of wealth from middle-class and poor families to the richest people in America", Obama said on Thursday in a 1,000-word post on Facebook.
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In all four states, Democrats bolstered their historical performance in districts they lost by double-digit margins a year ago . Curious to hear your thoughts on this political story. "This is not anything personal between me and Nancy Pelosi ".
"We're anxious about the burden it creates for the states", Kristine Grow, spokeswoman at America's Health Insurance Plans (AHIP), said on Friday.
Republicans in the U.S. Senate on Thursday unveiled a bill that would dramatically transform the nation's Medicaid program, make significant changes to the federal health law's tax credits that help lower-income people buy insurance and allow states to water down changes to some of the law's coverage guarantees. So it isn't any one factor. "I can't even begin to tell you what it would be like if the funding wasn't there".
Heller is up for reelection in 2018 in a state won by Hillary Clinton in last year's presidential election.
"Someone has to pay for these people one way or another", she said, "So, it has to be done, I think, in a fairer way than what Republicans are proposing, one that doesn't just shift the burden to states or the people who need the health care the most".