Uncertainty created by the President and Congress could raise 2018 premiums by hundreds of dollars.
It has only been 100 days since President Trump took office, and millions of American women and families are already feeling the adverse impacts of his administration’s misguided agenda.
People with serious health conditions would pay tens of thousands of dollars more for coverage if the Affordable Care Act were repealed.
Even after adding a new risk pool, enrollees would face thousands of dollars in increased costs.
New White House proposal would gut protections for pre-existing conditions.
The White House proposal would eviscerate protections against discrimination based on medical history for tens of millions nationwide.
Projected federal health care spending has declined since the passage of the Affordable Care Act, and failing to repeal the law presents a major hurdle for House Speaker Ryan’s tax reform plan.
Cuts to Medicaid included in the American Health Care Act could be devastating to schools, which rely on Medicaid funding to provide critical health services to students.
We need a health care system that delivers care with compassion and guards the right to affordable, effective health care.
Republican House leadership acknowledges that the AHCA will make premiums unaffordable for older Americans but isn’t committing to a real solution.
The American Health Care Act would result in less access to critical health care services for young children.
President Trump and House Republicans’ proposed Medicaid cuts put people with disabilities at risk in every state.
New research shows that the American Health Care Act would hurt millions of LGBT people by depriving them of health insurance coverage and health care.
Based on the information from Donald Trump’s leaked tax documents from 2005, he would personally receive an annual tax cut of more than $2 million from repeal of the Affordable Care Act.
The bill would result in fewer Americans insured through Medicaid, the exchanges, and private insurance.