Read American Health Care Act

Paul Ryan released the American Health Care Act (Act)-the Republican leaderships’ proposed bill to repeal or reform the Obamacare law, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA).  

When introducing the Act, Speaker Ryan touted the Act as rescuing the US health care system from the ACA driving down costs, encouraging competition, and giving every American access to quality, affordable health insurance. 

Read the Act here and share your specific ideas and thoughts about the Act and your other input on what our health care system should look like going forward, how these proposals relate and the other reforms you believe Congress should make to build a better healthcare system for today that can survive into the future by joining the discussion in the Solutions Law Press, Inc. Coalition for Responsible Health Care Policy LinkedIn Group

3 Responses to Read American Health Care Act

  1. LB says:

    If I understood correctly, the tax credit is supposed to even things up with people who get insurance through their employer with pre-tax premiums. Pre-tax just means that the premium does not get taxed. It is not a dollar for dollar reduction in our tax liability. A tax credit is a lot different. This is specified reduction in tax liability. This would make the employer based insurance plan disadvantaged.

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