President Trump and congressional Republicans’ health care plan would take Medicaid away from more than 400,000 veterans.
Estimated Premium Increases from Repeal and Delay
Republican ACA Repeal Bill Would Unravel the Market Even Before It Goes into Effect
Bipartisan Legislation to Lower Premiums and Stabilize Insurance Markets
Coverage Losses by State for the Senate Health Care Repeal Bill
The State Effects of the Medicaid Cuts Being Discussed in the Senate
Using the language of religious freedom, the Trump administration is decimating access to preventive health services.
A $45 billion fund for opioid use disorder would fall far short of addressing the repeal bill’s harm from coverage losses and cuts to Medicaid.
Senate Health Care Bill Could Drive Up Coverage Costs for Maternity Care and Mental Health and Substance Use Disorder Treatment
Allowing states to waive essential health benefits could force people to pay thousands of dollars more for vital services.
Michele and Igor sit down with CAP’s President and CEO Neera Tanden to break down the Senate AHCA bill.
Under the American Health Care Act, individual market enrollees in every state would see sharp rate hikes in 2018, while older enrollees would see huge cost increases due to the AHCA’s age tax.
The Senate ACA repeal bill's proposed cut in essential health benefits would be catastrophic for people who are sick or have a pre-existing condition and need prescription drugs, treatment for opioid addiction, or other services that could be excluded.
The Trump administration’s approach to the drug epidemic will hurt American families and cost taxpayers millions of dollars.
Senate Repeal Bill Would Still Eviscerate Coverage and Protections for People with Pre-Existing Conditions
Even without waivers for community rating, the emerging Senate ACA repeal bill would still critically weaken protections for people with pre-existing conditions.
In addition to eroding health care, harsh Medicaid cuts would disrupt state budgets in ways that threaten public schools and middle-class pocketbooks.
The Trump budget’s 20 percent cut to CHIP is not an acceptable starting point for the upcoming congressional debate over reauthorizing CHIP funding.
President Trump’s budget cuts translate into direct harms for Americans across the country.
The Congressional Budget Office score confirms the bill would cut coverage, raise consumers’ costs, and undermine protections for pre-existing conditions.
The Trump budget would endanger the health and safety of American families while giving tax cuts to millionaires.
The Trump budget would be particularly damaging for Americans with disabilities.