What happened to the AHCA vote?
Eric Earling | Mar 23, 2017 | Federal
Late Monday night, the House Republicans unveiled a set of proposed amendments to their reform bill, the American Health Care Act. You can read the summary of the "Manager's Amendment" for the best overview of the proposed changes. Many of the changes are technical (moving an inflation index from CPI-U
Washington, D.C. – House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy (CA-23) released the following statement announcing further legislation to reform America’s health care system. This legislation is part of the third phase of Congress’s health care reform efforts. Phase One begins with the American Health Care Act (AHCA) and Phase Two is
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Yesterday HHS released a letter to Governors from Secretary Tom Price and freshly sworn-in CMS Administrator Seema Verma, inviting states to take steps to innovate on Medicaid. The letter creates a clear opportunity for states who have been wanting to try new things in the program to do so: We
Well, maybe not hidden. And we're not talking about the CBO (Congressional Budget Office) nuking the GOP's proposed American Health Care Act with its brutal assessment of how many millions would lose coverage under the bill. The real hidden reason: not enough key staff at federal agencies to implement the
Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price sent letters to state governors today reminding them of Section 1332 waivers. Coming after the House GOP revealed their healthcare bill, which has been met with widespread disapproval from both parties, Sec. Price’s letter hints that healthcare reform might be returning to the