Bush Steps Up ‘Obamacare’ Attacks, Offers 10-Page Replacement Plan
Republican presidential hopeful Jeb Bush filled in some of the details regarding how he would repeal and replace the 2010 health law.
The New York Times:
Jeb Bush Offers Health Plan That Would Undo Affordable Care Act
Jeb Bush on Tuesday offered a detailed proposal to replace much of the Affordable Care Act with a more conservative health care plan that could lower individual insurance costs but would probably not protect as many people as President Obama’s initiative. (Pear and Flegenheimer, 10/13)
Los Angeles Times:
Jeb Bush Increases Attacks On Obamacare, Pledges Replacement
Bush's 10-page replacement plan is now the most detailed alternative being offered by any of the top-tier GOP candidates. It represents a stark contrast with Democratic front-runner Hillary Rodham Clinton, who has been campaigning on the health’s law historic expansion of health coverage while proposing new regulations to protect consumers from rising drug prices and runaway medical bills. (Levey, 10/13)
Bush Envisions Health After Obamacare
Jeb Bush unveiled his alternative to the Affordable Care Act on Tuesday, vowing to fully repeal President Barack Obama’s Washington-centric approach and shift to a system where states would have a freer hand to shape the health insurance market. (Cook, 10/13)
Health News Florida:
Bush Outlines Health Care Plan, But Who's Not Covered?
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush said he would scrap the national health insurance law known as Obamacare. Bush outlined his plan to replace it during a speech in New Hampshire Tuesday. Bush wants a system that protects people from worst-case scenarios rather than comprehensive coverage that includes services they may not want. He said insurance shouldn’t cover everything. (O'Connor, 10/13)