The math does not add up, leading to massive cuts to Medicaid, broad tax increases on the middle class, and much lower tax credits for health insurance.
The ACA replacement document circulated by House leadership today is a recycled list of unpopular ideas that lacks necessary details—not a real plan.
High-risk pools have consistently failed in the past and are not a feasible alternative to the Affordable Care Act’s protections for people with pre-existing conditions.
Despite millions of Americans fearing the loss of their coverage if congressional Republicans repeal the Affordable Care Act, the insurance lobby is working in secret with opponents of the law to turn back the clock on reform by cutting benefits and kicking the most vulnerable consumers off their plans.
Congress and the Trump administration aim to roll back environmental protections while repealing the Affordable Care Act—making Americans sicker while taking away their access to affordable treatment.
This state-by-state map pairs pollution and public health statistics, revealing what is at stake if the Affordable Care Act and environmental regulations are repealed.
Contrary to how the Cassidy-Collins proposal has been portrayed, the bill is no compromise; most people would see less comprehensive coverage and fewer financial protections.
The fiscal outlook is finally clear enough for the Congressional Budget Office to publish a single budget projection, but budget gimmicks may lead to the return of the alternative fiscal scenario and enable more fiscal dishonesty.
Experts agree: The congressional Republican strategy to repeal now and replace later would cause chaos in insurance markets even before ACA repeal goes into effect.
If congressional Republicans repeal the ACA and defund Planned Parenthood, they put millions of women’s health and economic security at risk.
As the opioid epidemic rages, cuts to health care and other social programs would inflict further damage on children, families, and communities.
Congressional Republicans’ claims that their Medicaid proposals will help states by giving them greater flexibility are a smoke screen for their plans to slash federal support for the program.
Faced with President-elect Trump's threat to repeal the Affordable Care Act, women must consider long-term options for contraceptives.
Congressional Republicans currently plan to repeal much of the ACA early next year. Here is what would happen should they proceed.
Even with a delayed effective date for repeal of the Affordable Care Act, a smooth transition to a replacement plan is impossible.