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  • Biden unveils plan to strengthen ObamaCare (and not Medicare for All)

    07/15/2019 7:48:13 AM PDT · by knighthawk · 11 replies
    NY Post ^ | July 15 2019 | Mark Moore
    Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden unveiled a plan on Monday to bolster ObamaCare by protecting people with pre-existing conditions, ​adding a “public option” like Medicare and using tax credits to lower premiums. With the announcement, the former vice president set himself apart from other Democratic candidates who supported “Medicare for all,” including Sens. Bernie Sanders and Kamala Harris. ​”I understand the appeal of Medicare for All,” Biden said in a video posted ​Monday. “But folks supporting it should be clear that it means getting rid of Obamacare. And I’m not for that.”
  • President Donald J. Trump Is Working To Improve Health Insurance Coverage For American Workers and

    06/18/2019 10:17:37 AM PDT · by bitt · 21 replies
    whitehouse.gov ^ | 6/14/2019
    "The next major priority for me, and for all of us, should be to lower the cost of healthcare and prescription drugs, and to protect patients with preexisting conditions." President Donald J. Trump OFFERING WORKERS BETTER COVERAGE: President Donald J. Trump is expanding Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs), opening new coverage options for American workers. The Trump Administration has finalized a rule to expand HRAs, giving businesses a better way to offer health insurance coverage. Under the rule, employers will be able to provide their workers with tax-preferred funds to pay for the cost of health insurance coverage that workers purchase...
  • Trump says he will roll out 'phenomenal' new healthcare plan within the next two months

    06/17/2019 4:21:33 AM PDT · by DoodleDawg · 50 replies
    Business Insider ^ | 6/17/19 | Rosie Perper
    President Donald Trump said he would be rolling out a 'phenomenal' new healthcare plan within the next two months, and says healthcare will be a primary focus leading up to his 2020 election campaign. Trump has repeatedly called for the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, colloquially known as "Obamacare," and has promised to pass a bill that would offer " insurance for everybody." In 2017, Republican lawmakers made serious efforts to replace Obamacare with an updated version called the American Health Care Act, or ACHA, however the bill was ultimately tabled. Speaking to ABC News in an interview which...
  • McConnell to Trump: We're not repealing and replacing Obamacare

    04/02/2019 1:43:38 PM PDT · by antidemoncrat · 66 replies
    The Hill ^ | 4/2/2019 | Alexander Bolton
    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) told President Trump in a conversation Monday that the Senate will not be moving comprehensive health care legislation before the 2020 election, despite the president asking Senate Republicans to do that in a meeting last week.
  • Trump Puts Off Health Care, Pivots Back to Immigration

    04/02/2019 11:24:46 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 37 replies
    Rush Limbaugh.com ^ | April 2, 2019 | Rush Limbaugh
    RUSH: I wonder what happened out there, folks. I wonder what happened. Trump has canceled Im sorry. Wrong word. Trump has postponed the health care plan until after the 2020 election. Happened last night. Trump postponed his plans to make Republicans into the party of great health care. Look. I understand this. Greetings. Great to have you. Rush Limbaugh, behind the Golden EIB Microphone. 800-282-2882, and email address, ElRushbo@eibnet.us Let me tell you what I think happened. I havent spoken to anybody. Well, I mean, I havent spoken to anybody in the White House or anybody associated with any...
  • Trump Retreats on Health Care, Saying Republican Plan Will Appear After the 2020 Election

    04/02/2019 6:55:14 AM PDT · by GIdget2004 · 52 replies
    NY Times ^ | 04/02/2019 | Eileen Sullivan and Maggie Haberman
    President Trump announced that Republicans would not present a health care overhaul proposal until after the 2020 election, punting on coming up with a replacement for the Affordable Care Act, which the administration is currently fighting in court to invalidate. The issue now will dominate presidential campaigns in the months leading up to the 2020 election. Mr. Trump announced his new timetable in a thread of Twitter posts late Monday, putting off one of his biggest campaign promises until, the president hopes, he is re-elected. Everybody agrees that ObamaCare doesnt work, began Mr. Trump, who went on to add that...
  • Trumps health care agenda is a legal disaster

    03/29/2019 9:12:36 AM PDT · by GIdget2004 · 31 replies
    Vox ^ | 03/29/2019 | Dylan Scott
    President Donald Trumps health care agenda keeps running aground, again and again, in the courts. Unable to pass a health care bill in Congress, the Trump administration decided to use regulations to roll back the Affordable Care Act and reshape Medicaid. But those plans have been blocked repeatedly by the judiciary. This week alone, federal judges ruled against Medicaid work requirements and association health plans, two signature Trump proposals. Some of the losses have come on technical grounds, with judges chastising the administration for pushing through new regulations without properly accounting for their consequences or public comments on the proposals....
  • GOP Gives Up On Repealing Obamacare

    09/16/2018 4:03:52 PM PDT · by TBP · 47 replies
    Front Page Magazine ^ | September 14, 2018 | Matthew Vadun
    Republican lawmakers have made it clear they have no intention of repealing Obamacare in the current Congress. Republicans in the nations top lawmaking body have never really wanted to get rid of Obamacare. They would prefer to present the program, which David Horowitz correctly describes as the greatest assault on individual freedom and individual choice in our lifetimes, as a villain and whip up sentiment against it and run against it every election. They view Obamacare as good for the business of politics. They may chip away at it from time to time or tinker with it at the margins,...
  • Trump Is Quietly Destroying Obamacare While Helping Millions of AmericansHeres How

    09/16/2018 9:29:37 AM PDT · by re_tail20 · 10 replies
    Townhall ^ | August 13, 2018 | Justin Haskins
    Despite numerous promises from congressional Democrats and President Barack Obama when they passed the Affordable Care Act in 2010, the health care law has created far more problems than it has solved. Premiums, deductibles, and health care choices have all worsened since Obamacare went into effect, and theres no sign Americas health insurance system will improve anytime in the near future. President Trump inherited a health insurance crisis when he took office in January 2017, so he and congressional Republican leaders immediately began to work to implement their plan to replace Obamacare with a more market-centered approach to improving the...
  • GOP GIVES UP ON REPEALING OBAMACARE; They claim to have more important things to do.

    09/14/2018 7:59:36 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 78 replies
    Frontpage Mag ^ | 09/14/2018 | Matthew Vadum
    Republican lawmakers have made it clear they have no intention of repealing Obamacare in the current Congress. Republicans in the nations top lawmaking body have never really wanted to get rid of Obamacare. They would prefer to present the program, which David Horowitz correctly describes as the greatest assault on individual freedom and individual choice in our lifetimes, as a villain and whip up sentiment against it and run against it every election. They view Obamacare as good for the business of politics. They may chip away at it from time to time or tinker with it at the margins,...
  • Trump mocks McCain at Nevada rally

    06/23/2018 9:05:45 PM PDT · by Trump20162020 · 96 replies
    The Hill ^ | June 24, 2018 | Emily Birnbaum
    President Trump again mocked Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) on Saturday for McCains thumbs-down vote on the Republican plan to repeal ObamaCare. Though Trump did not mention McCain by name, he has attacked the senator several times in recent weeks for his no on the GOP measure and has blamed McCain for the collapse of the Republican effort to repeal the act. Trump at a GOP rally in Nevada said McCain went thumbs-down on the bill, a reference to McCain using the gesture to signify his vote. "Nobody talked to him. Nobody needed to, and then he walked in: thumbs-down. Its...
  • Dems seek to leverage ObamaCare fight for midterms

    06/14/2018 5:52:20 AM PDT · by yesthatjallen · 23 replies
    The Hill ^ | 06/14/18 | Peter Sullivan
    Democrats are seizing on the Trump administrations push in court to overturn ObamaCares protections for people with pre-existing conditions, hoping to leverage the issue ahead of Novembers midterm elections as some Republicans rush to distance themselves from the move. The Department of Justices (DOJ) decision to join a legal battle arguing that one of the most popular parts of ObamaCare should be struck down is being viewed by Democrats as a political gift, with the party apparatus quickly using the issue to attack GOP candidates and rally their base. Ever since the DOJ joined 20 GOP-led states last week in...
  • Trump gives Democrats a big health care opening for the midterms

    06/11/2018 3:55:03 AM PDT · by DoodleDawg · 75 replies
    Axios ^ | 6/11/18 | Drew Altman
    Most of the discussion of the Trump administration's decision not to defend the Affordable Care Act and to urge the courts to throw out its protections for people with pre-existing medical conditions has focused on what happens to the individual insurance market. But the political impact may be even greater. Why it matters: Protections for people with pre-existing conditions are hugely popular, and the administration may have handed Democrats their strongest health care weapon yet because now they can make the case that the administration has gone to court to take away protections for people with pre-existing...
  • Now Democrats have their own repeal and replace mantra for tax cuts

    02/01/2018 4:34:14 PM PST · by Kaslin · 46 replies
    Hot Air.com ^ | February 1, 2018 | JAZZ SHAW
    There really should be a job posting coming up soon for a new DNC strategist because somebody has gone off their meds. The phrase “repeal and replace” is coming back into vogue, but this time we’ll be hearing it from the Democrats. At first glance I had to double check to make sure this wasn’t an article from The Onion. But it’s really published at The Hill and deals with the Democrats’ overarching strategy heading into the midterms and perhaps even the 2020 elections. They’re counting on Americans being so unhappy with their “crumbs” from the tax cuts that they...
  • Its Happening: Health Insurance Will Soon Be Sold Across State Lines

    01/04/2018 3:35:39 PM PST · by Kaslin · 57 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | January 4, 2017 | Katie Pavlich
    Although the Trump administration and Congress have struggled to fully repeal Obamacare, while putting a good dent in the law by repealing the individual mandate through tax reform, officials are finding new ways to lower costs and expand coverage to consumers.On Thursday, the Department of Labor announced a new rule proposal that opens the door to allowing insurance companies to sell plans and coverage across state lines. From Insurance News Net: In another move toward dismantling the Affordable Care Act, the Department of Labor announced a proposed rule to expand the offering of small business health plans, also known as...
  • Millennials should push McConnell for healthcare reform in 2018

    12/31/2017 9:46:59 PM PST · by Oshkalaboomboom · 11 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | Jan 01, 2018 | Katherine Zehnder
    Republican lawmakers are fiercely debating what major legislation to take up as we move into 2018. Many GOP lawmakers favor another attempt at repealing Obamacare, however, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., is strongly against it. Come January, the Republican majority in the Senate will fall to one seat, and McConnell believes the Senate should work on passing legislation that is less partisan. "Well, we obviously were unable to completely repeal and replace with a 52-48 Senate," McConnell told NPR. "We'll have to take a look at what that looks like with a 51-49 Senate. But I think we'll probably...
  • Mitch McConnell: Senate will 'move on' from Obamacare repeal in 2018

    12/21/2017 10:41:42 PM PST · by fluorescence · 16 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | Dec 21, 2017, 3:00 PM | Robert King
    Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Thursday the Senate is unlikely to pursue a repeal and replacement of Obamacare next year, bowing to the reality of a narrower Republican majority in 2018. McConnell said on NPR on Thursday that the Senate was unable to repeal and replace Obamacare with a 52-48 majority earlier this year, and indicated it will be even tougher with one less Republican. Democrat Doug Jones won an upset victory against Republican Roy Moore in Alabama this month, narrowing the GOP margin even more in the upper chamber. "We'll have to take a look at what that...
  • Trump: Obamacare Has Been Repealed In This Bill

    12/20/2017 1:46:49 PM PST · by x1stcav · 24 replies
    Breitbart ^ | 12/20/17 | Pam Key
    Wednesday during a cabinet meeting, President Donald Trump discussed the Republicans tax bill and said the repeal of individual mandate in the bill meant Obamacare has essentially been repealed. Trump said, The individual mandate is being repealed. When the individual mandate is being repealed that means Obamacare is being repealed because they get their money from the individual mandate. So the individual mandate is being repealed. So in this bill not only do we have massive tax cuts and tax reform, we have essentially repealed Obamacare. And well come up with something that will be much better. Whether its block...
  • Senate GOP repeals ObamaCare mandate

    12/02/2017 1:14:50 AM PST · by Trump20162020 · 68 replies
    The Hill ^ | December 2, 2017 | Peter Sullivan
    Senate Republicans have approved the repeal of ObamaCares individual mandate as part of their tax-cut bill, a major step forward toward ending an unpopular part of the healthcare law. Families ought to be able to make decisions about what they want to buy and what works for them not the government, Sen. John Barrasso (R-Wyo.) said, hailing the accomplishment. I believe if people dont want to buy the Obamacare insurance, they shouldnt have to pay a tax penalty to the IRS. The Senate tax bill must still be reconciled with House legislation that does not include the mandates repeal. But...
  • Trump backs bipartisan fixes to ObamaCare markets

    11/28/2017 12:09:15 PM PST · by GIdget2004 · 28 replies
    The Hill ^ | 11/28/2017 | Jessie Hellmann
    President Trump told Republican senators Tuesday he supports two bipartisan efforts to stabilize ObamaCare's insurance markets. Trump, during a luncheon on Capitol Hill, said he supports a bill proposed by Sens. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) and Patty Murray (D-Wash.), that would continue key ObamaCare insurer payments. He also said he supports a bill proposed by Sens. Susan Collins (R-Maine) and Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) that would set up a reinsurance fund to help insurers cover higher-cost individuals. "He said he supports Alexander-Murray. He said, more importantly, he supports Collins-Nelson... which has widespread bipartisan support," Alexander told reporters after the lunch. Collins, who...