2 GOP Congressmen Offer Alternative Health Care Plan
The proposal from Reps. Pete Sessions, R-Texas, and Bill Cassidy, R-La., but it would repeal the individual and employer mandates.
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Republicans Offer Plan To Compete Against Obamacare, Not Repeal It
The latest Republican attempt to address Obamacare wouldn’t repeal the Affordable Care Act, but instead establish a new health insurance system to compete against it. Under the “World’s Greatest Healthcare Plan,” every adult American citizen would receive a $2,500 tax credit they could use for purchasing health insurance if they opt out of using Obamacare’s exchanges. (Hoover, 5/23)
GOP Duo Unveils Healthcare Bill Maintaining Parts Of ObamaCare
Two Republican lawmakers are breaking with their party’s long-stated goal of repealing ObamaCare by putting forward a healthcare plan that leaves parts of the system in place. While the new bill from Rep. Pete Sessions (R-Texas) and Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.) is a departure from the core Republican idea of full repeal, it could provide a roadmap for changes that could be enacted under a GOP president. (Sullivan, 5/23)