All of it still fits the description the
As part of their plan to "repeal and replace" the Affordable Care Act, Ryan and colleagues would permit the expansion to continue, at current federal funding levels, until 2020. At that point, states choosing to accept new enrollees would be required to pick up a larger share of the cost, paying from 2.8 times to 5 times more per person, according to the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.
For those in the program who stay continuously enrolled, states would see no change in funding. The reality is, their ranks would shrink steadily. The way
The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities calculates that to fund fully the expansion,
The Kasich team estimates the state would need
It gets worse. The House Republican plan also proposes to alter dramatically how federal money is allocated for the program. No longer would
Again, only the federal government has the financial muscle and scope to cover such an expense. At the same time, the expansion is affordable. Consider the
Of all the flaws in the Affordable Care Act, the
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