THAT is a loss of healthcare to almost 10% of Americans….
And 14 million would lose their insurance within a year….
But House bill would save $337 Billion projected out to ten years…
Oh, and healthcare insurance premiums could rise by 10 to 19% right away….
The White House called the report ‘Bogus’ …
It certainly has NOTHING to do with Donald Trump campaigning on a promise that ‘NOBODY’ would lose their Healthcare Insurance….
The House Ryan crew focused on the budget savings without answering for the millions who would NOT have health insurance that Obamacare makes available…
The bill the way it is written will NEVER get the 60 votes needed in the US Senate. as several Republican Senators have come out against….
House Republicans’ proposal to rewrite federal health-care law would more than reverse the gains the Affordable Care Act has made in the number of Americans with health insurance, while curbing the federal deficit, according to a widely anticipated forecast by congressional analysts.
The analysis, released late Monday afternoon by the Congressional Budget Office, predicts that 24 million fewer people would have coverage a decade from now than if the Affordable Care Act remains intact, nearly doubling the share of Americans who are uninsured from 10 percent to 19 percent. The office projects the number of uninsured people would jump 14 million after the first year
But the GOP legislation, which has been speeding through House committees since it was introduced a week ago, would lower the deficit by $337 billion during that time, primarily by lessening spending on Medicaid and government aid for people buying health plans on their own.
The report predicted that premiums would be 15 percent to 20 percent higher in the first year compared with those under the Affordable Care Act but 10 percent lower on average after 2026. By and large, older Americans would pay “substantially” more and younger Americans less.
The 37-page report provides the most tangible evidence to date of the human and fiscal impact of the House GOP’s American Health Care Act. It also undermines President Trump’s pledge that no Americans would lose coverage under a Republican remake of the Affordable Care Act, which was enacted by a Democratic Congress in 2010.
The report’s arrival produced starkly different tacks from the White House and Capitol Hill — with top aides to the president immediately seeking to discredit it while the House’s Republican leaders praised the report for reinforcing their argument that the plan curbs federal spending and gives Americans the freedom to be insured or not — their choice…..