How The Senate Gop Health Care Invoice Could Have An Effect On The Midterms And Past

How The Senate GOP Health Care Bill Could Affect The Midterms And BeyondEnlarge this image toggle caption SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty ImagesOne provision of the Senate’s health care bill stands to be quite popular: the Better Care Reconciliation Act would eliminate the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate.
Another would threaten health care coverage for millions of Americans: a rollback to the Medicaid expansion.
We’ve also explained the potential effects of the bill, as reported by the Congressional Budget Office and other health care experts, to try to game out how those effects could affect voters’ choices.
In other words, health care would be more expensive for many lower-income people in the individual markets, so many may simply choose not to purchase insurance.
“Furthermore, some older Americans would by now paying more for their health insurance, though some younger Americans could be seeing smaller premiums.

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