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We should have a new running thread on what ever the GOP decide to phase in as a new replacement to Obama Care... I do hope others agree with this idea.

I guess most Veterans are the real winners in that we get coverage.
Some with co-pay other with higher service connected disabilities pay nothing....

But we did earn it.. So America and the taxpayers of America.. As do the citizens of America who work in a system that is slowly stripping away needed health care benefits.

As I see it the many western Nations that provide free Health Care have one major problem, And that is new arrivals get into the same systems as citizen who have spent years working, some more than others..

These Health Care Plans can't keep pace with growing populations. And in America which in way plans to have any type of totally FREE Health Care.

And what is offered isn't going to cover everyone and others will not be able to afford what is offered.

As the GOP new Health Care Bill is laying in wait till after the 4th July Holiday it can be seen to place a burden on each state. While in several states there has been a steady cutting of funds for those most in need of each type of service involving Health issues.

I have quick solution to these problems and don't even want to try to solve the issue.

But other members might have ideas...
So let's start with the GOP Health
Care Bill, and what it is about...


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Health care bill winners (wealthy) and losers (Medicaid recipients), according to the CBO


Taxes would be cut, but the ranks of the uninsured would increase. Premiums would go down, but total out-of-pocket costs for health care would go up. And the changes would affect older, poorer people the most.

Here are some of the key points of the analysis:

What’s the bottom line for taxpayers?

How would that affect the number of people who have insurance?

Who would that affect the most?

How would Medicaid change?

Would there be more private insurance options?

Would premiums go up or down?

Would pre-existing conditions be covered?

What other actions could a state take that would affect private insurance?

What happened with Planned Parenthood?

How does the Senate bill compare to the House version?

Health care bill winners (wealthy) and losers (Medicaid recipients), according to the CBO
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well I guess we have far to many threads about the GOP and health Care.. And is why I started this one for all to use.. If they did it could become a sticky and will always be on top never losing a single post.. But hey don't use it, like I care

Several more GOP member come out against this delayed Health Care Bill..



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THE FLOODGATES OPEN: GOP senators come out in furious force against healthcare bill after vote delayed

Several Republican senators voiced their opposition to the Senate healthcare bill just hours after the GOP leadership said they would delay a vote on the legislation until after the July 4 recess. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other leaders will look to come to an agreement with members on a revised bill by the end of the week. By most indications, that will be difficult. After the delay, Republican senators went on record opposing the current iteration of the bill, the Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA). Combined with those that defected before the delay, at least nine GOP senators have said they opposed the first iteration of the bill. Here's a rundown of all of the public GOP ...

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https://www.yahoo.com/news/m/6e6d7b6...en%3A-gop.html
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