"The American Health Care Act addresses the challenges immediately facing the individual market and will ensure more affordable health plan choices for consumers in the short term, including through the expanded use of health savings accounts", he said.
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The governors for months have cautioned their party about passing legislation that would lead to major coverage losses in their states, and their opposition could present a new challenge for the bill.
Some big insurers dropped popular plans, leaving those seeking individual coverage fewer options.People in about a third of USA counties had to turn to a single insurer if they purchased coverage on health care exchanges set up under the Affordable Care Act.
As the Republican leadership's bill to repeal and replace Obamacare hits the House floor as early as this week, older Americans may need to brace themselves.
"As we hammer out a replacement to the Affordable Care Act, it is important that all Americans have access to quality health insurance", Yoho said.
Appearing on the PBS Newshour with Judy Woodruff on Tuesday night, Yoho, the vice-chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, said he could not support the AHCA as it now is. "Last year, [there were] 225 counties in America where you only have one insurance option on the exchange".More news: Adele Pauses Concert To Give Out To Security Guard
It takes health care from up to 24 million of our vulnerable elderly and our poorest community members and passes the resources to the wealthiest in the form of tax cuts.
While it is hard to ascertain the exact effects of the AHCA on college students' lives - as the bill is still being processed through committees -Engelhard said changes regarding reproductive health are likely.
Among other provisions, the legislation would effectively repeal the ACA's employer mandate that businesses provide health insurance to full-time workers.
The ACA also brought the national rate of African-Americans who have health insurance up to 88% - within 3% of the coverage rate for all Americans. And there still are more than 1 million uninsured in North Carolina alone.
More dire estimates indicate that a full repeal will cost almost 24 million people their coverage. An AARP Public Policy Institute report analyzing the change in age rating limits found that premiums for people 60-plus would increase 22 percent, or $3,192 per year, on average to $17,916. States are begging for more authority and flexibility on the Medicaid side. Thirty-one states and Washington, D.C., took advantage of the offer and added 15.7 million people to the program, according to government data. As the CBPP points out, premiums are generally higher in rural areas due to lower populations, a more limited variety of providers and little competition between insurers.
"I think everything will change in the plan", Cole said.
"So I am very optimistic".