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  • State Analyses: GOP Health Bills Will Fuel Deep Medicaid Cuts

    27 giugno 2017, di teddy.lederer
    Republican senators and Administration officials claim the Senate health bill’s Medicaid changes won’t leave anyone worse off, but both the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) and a growing number of state-based analyses are concluding that millions of people all over America would lose their (...)
  • TANF Shows Why Block Grants Are Bad Deal for States

    27 giugno 2017, di teddy.lederer
    As we’ve explained, some states would face disproportionally large cuts if policymakers converted Medicaid from an entitlement in which federal spending rises to accommodate rising need to a block grant or per capita cap, as the House and Senate bills to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) (...)
  • CBO: More Medicaid Cuts, Fewer Enrollees, by 2026 Under Senate Than House Bill

    27 giugno 2017, di teddy.lederer
    The Senate bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which would effectively end the ACA’s Medicaid expansion starting in 2021 and convert the program to a per capita cap starting in 2020, would cut federal Medicaid spending and enrollment more in 2026 than the House-passed bill, (...)
  • Middle-Class Families Would Face Higher Costs, Worse Coverage Under Senate Health Bill

    27 giugno 2017, di nick.kasprak
    Alongside the Senate bill’s devastating impact on coverage and well-being for lower-income families, the considerable damage it would inflict on middle-class families has received less attention.
  • CBO: Senate Bill Would Raise Premiums, Deductibles, or Both for Most Marketplace Consumers

    27 giugno 2017, di Caroline Anderson
    Hoping to deflect concerns about the Congressional Budget Office’s (CBO) estimate that the Senate’s Better Care Reconciliation Act (BCRA) would cause 22 million people to lose health coverage, its defenders are arguing — as they did with the House-passed health bill — that CBO has at least shown (...)
  • New CBO Estimate: 22 Million More Uninsured Under Senate Republican Health Bill

    27 giugno 2017, di teddy.lederer
    Similar to its estimates of the House-passed bill, the Senate Republican health bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) would cause 22 million people to lose coverage by 2026 and drive $772 billion in federal Medicaid cuts over the next ten years, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) (...)
  • How the Senate Health Bill Would Affect Private Coverage in Maine

    26 giugno 2017, di nick.kasprak
    The Senate health bill would impact the availability, quality, and affordability of coverage for tens of thousands of people with private health insurance coverage in Maine. While those with individual market coverage would be the most affected, people with employer coverage could be affected (...)
  • Black’s Lopsided Budget Is a Dead End for Appropriations

    26 giugno 2017, di teddy.lederer
    House Budget Committee Chair Diane Black is reportedly close to a deal with House Republicans on a 2018 budget resolution that would significantly increase defense and cut non-defense discretionary (NDD) programs, both of which are funded through the annual appropriations (...)
  • Senate Health Bill Could End Alaska’s Medicaid Expansion in 2020

    26 giugno 2017, di teddy.lederer
    Alaska would experience significant harm from Republican efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA), as we’ve explained. But the risk to its Medicaid expansion, which has provided health coverage for more than 30,000 Alaskans and especially benefited Alaska Natives, would be especially (...)
  • Commentary: House Moving to Fast-Track Both Low-Income Program Cuts and Tax Cuts for Wealthy

    26 giugno 2017, di nick.kasprak
    Their emerging plan features large cuts in basic assistance programs for low-income families, alongside big tax cuts skewed to those at the top.

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