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The Bipartisan Health Care Stabilization Act of 2018 (BHCSA) would make several changes to health care laws. It would:

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31 million who will remain uninsured under the Affordable Care Act

The recent exodus of insurers shows we need more reliable affordable care
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A couple of weeks ago, several Democratic members of the House of Representatives . It's officially titled "H.R. 5155: Undo Sabotage and Expand Affordability of Health Insurance Act of 2018", but I shortened this to simply "ACA 2.0", because that's pretty much what it is.

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Following a meeting with Vice President Pence on efforts to replace the Affordable Care Act, members of the House…
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For the past three years the president’s health care law has been an abstraction. Now, Rosemarie Battaglia and Hugh Joyce reveal the human faces—just two among millions—of Obamacare’s broken promises.


how facts diverge from the original promises

Representative Mark Walker (R-NC) talked about efforts to pass the Republican bill to replace the Affordable Care Act.
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Actuarial experts at the American Action Forum predict the cuts will cause between 2 and 5 million seniors to lose their MA benefits and that MA recipients will face health care cost increases averaging $2,235 a year. Such deep cuts will especially harm diabetics, including patients with nerve damage and kidney disease, and anyone who is more prone than average to diabetes.

Virtually all the costs of the so-called Affordable Care Act—Obamacare—have been invisible thus far. But that is beginning to change.
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The list of broken promises grows daily. Millions of Americans are getting hit with double-digit premium hikes. For many people under 30, their health insurance premiums are going up much more—by as much as 189 percent. What happened to candidate Barack Obama’s 2008 promise that every family’s health care costs would go down by $2,500 by the end of his first term? (Costs actually went up by $3,000.)

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It's not about healthcare. It's not about "freedom". It's not about "tyrrany". It's not about "choice". It's about a tiny cadre of absurdly wealthy plutocrats being upset about a tiny fraction of their hoard being used to help out the least-fortunate among us. ():

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That promise was broken recently when the Medicare agency issued surprise regulations cutting Medicare even more deeply than Congress had directed—cuts targeting a popular and very successful part of Medicare, one that actually features consumer choice and competition: Medicare Advantage (MA).