Senate Republicans have released their proposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. The proposal reflects a number of choices made by the Senators – over which provisions of ACA to repeal, which provisions to retain, and how to delegate more responsibility for controversial actions to individual states.
The long-awaited Senate health care proposal has arrived.
Senate Republicans have released their proposal to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. The bill, named “The Better Care Reconciliation Act,” repeals many provisions of the ACA - especially tax provisions contained in the ACA. The bill also makes significant changes to the non-tax provisions of the ACA. In addition to the changes actually contained in the bill, the BCRA delegates tremendous autonomy to the states to eliminate many other feature of the ACA.