So What Exactly Has Changed?
Outlets offer a look the difference between the Affordable Care Act, the House's American Health Care Act and the Senate's Better Care Reconciliation Act.
The New York Times:
How Senate Republicans Plan To Dismantle Obamacare
Senate Republicans on Thursday unveiled a draft of their plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, which they expect to vote on next week. The bill is similar to the one passed by the House in May, but it makes several significant alterations, including deeper cuts and structural changes to Medicaid, a program that insures one in five Americans, including two-thirds of nursing home residents. (Park and Sanger-Katz, 6/22)
GOP Senate Health Care Bill: What You Need To Know
The Senate’s sweeping Obamacare repeal has the same overarching goals as the House-passed American Health Care Act, including an overhaul of Medicaid, striking many of the Affordable Care Act’s insurance regulations and coverage mandates and getting rid of Obamacare taxes. But the chambers diverge in some important ways. (Bettelheim, Millman, Frostenson, 6/22)
9 Things To Know About The Senate Health Care Bill
Republicans in the Senate on Thursday unveiled their plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act — also known as Obamacare. The long-awaited plan marks a big step towards achieving one of the Republican party's major goals. (Grayson, Hurt and Kodjak, 6/22)
How ACA, AHCA And BCRA Compare
The Better Care Reconciliation Act, like the American Health Care Act, radically revises Medicaid, but it is closer to the Affordable Care Act on how it approaches subsidies to buy individual insurance. Both the House and Senate bills eliminate taxes that paid the costs to cover more people through Medicaid and to subsidize individual plans. (Lee, 6/22)