On March 6, 2017, Republicans put forward their plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA), also known as Obamacare. Although this proposed bill will no doubt have some changes as it makes its way through committees and both houses of Congress, here is a summary of what is in the first public draft of the bill:
What’s in – provisions from the ACA that remain in the new bill
What's out – provisions from the ACA not included in the bill
New provisions introduced in the bill
As the bill makes its way through Congress, it is likely that some of these provisions will change. It is also important to remember that these are proposals that have not yet been enacted. All current provisions of the ACA should be adhered to until they are repealed.
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