The Council’s Joel Wood & Joel Kopperud dissect what happened on the Senate floor during this morning’s dramatic end to the Republicans’ healthcare overhaul efforts.
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The Republican ACA repeal and replace—then-turned repeal and delay—plan fell apart on Capitol Hill this week.
Overall, the bill closely hews to the last version of its repeal-and-replace “Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017” and contains very few provisions that will directly impact the employer market.
Our own Joel Wood summarizes, as only he can, what has already been a long benefits-related week…and it’s only Wednesday.
Takeaways from Senate GOP’s “Better Care Reconciliation Act” Senate Republicans released their health reform overhaul today after weeks of intrigue. The Council is extremely pleased to note that the legislation
An update on preserving the employer market, the Senate’s bill, and more.
Our own Joel Wood digs deeper on what taxation of the employer-sponsored group health insurance market really means, how to deal with the state waiver process and what it will take to get the votes.
The recent CBO score makes the Senate’s effort to craft a bill significantly more difficult.
The Republican working group is moving forward with its meetings but making little progress, other than clarifying its goal to lower premiums.
The Senate is starting from scratch on the American Health Care Act. Since the narrow passage of the House repeal bill last week, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has created