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Big News Network.com Thursday January 19, 2017
As per new plans, states can opt to stay in Obamacare
Republican Sens. Susan Collins of Maine and Bill Cassidy of Louisiana will introduce a replacement for Obamacare, which would give states the option to choose - maintain what they have or choose other options to provide health insurance to their residents. “If (states) like the Affordable Care Act, they can keep the Affordable Care Act,” Collins said on the Senate floor on Tuesday afternoon. “Each state could opt to stay in Obamacare,” Cassidy said. “We think they should have the right to stay in Obamacare. If Obamacare is working for you, God bless you.” He, however, said the new plan was a more “comprehensive and creative” approach. The replacement bill, called the Patient Freedom Act of 2017, is expected to be unveiled within a week. Meanwhile, according to a report from the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office, some 18 million people would lose health insurance in the first year if the GOP moved ahead with plans to repeal major portions of Obamacare without a replacement plan. The number of people without insurance would grow to about 32 million within the first decade. The report has only intensified the...Read More