The American Health Care Act, a bill to potentially replace the Affordable Care Act, passed through the House last Thursday and is currently awaiting its fate in the Senate. The Republican health care bill would eliminate the individual mandate to buy health insurance, reduce the expansion of Medicaid, implement tax cuts and end income tax-based credits.
Join us today in discussing the effects the new healthcare bill will have if it's approved by the Senate.
- Jack Torry, DC Bureau Chief, The Columbus Dispatch
- Michael Cannon, Director of Health Policy Studies, CATO Institute
- Hadley Heath Manning, Director of Health Policy and Senior Policy Analyst, Independent Women's Fund