Who Believes the CBO? Not me!

As the Senate is now in the heat of discussions regarding the changes it wants to make to the Republican repeal and replacement of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (more like Unaffordable Care Act), the Congressional Budget Office came out with its estimation a couple of weeks ago of the effect the Senate Bill, which bears the name the Better Care Reconciliation Act, COULD have on the United States overall. read more

Where is Obamacare Repeal Going?

There seems to be a temporary lull, as far as I have been hearing, regarding the progress of the American Health Care Act. This is mainly because a whole host of scandals are swirling around Washington, D.C. regarding a Russian connection to the Trump campaign, the firing of FBI Director Jim Comey, and one about whether President Donald Trump gave away some classified information to Russian officials during a meeting. read more

It’s Here! The First Draft of the American Health Care Act

Well, the Republicans in Congress finally rolled out legal language (and I do mean legal language) outlining their plan for repealing and replacing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010. Now there were outlines of a plan for a long time, and people could get a glimpse of what a replacement plan might entail in everyday English, but this plan is now codified into barely decipherable legalese so only lawyers can tell us exactly what in means. Believe me on that count because I have started to read it. read more