With control of the White House and Congress, Republicans can easily repeal big parts of President Obama’s health care law, but finding alternatives could prove to be a political minefield, say CQ Roll Call health reporter Erin Mershon and Managing Editor Adriel Bettelheim.
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I took a look at the policy impacts as well as the politics -- Republicans in states that expanded aren't entirely excited about repeal. https://t.co/a8OpnVyXOA— Erin Mershon (@eemershon) November 14, 2016
The future of Medicaid -- whether expansion stays or we do block grants -- is totally up in the air. https://t.co/kbtXUNWNRx — Erin Mershon (@eemershon) November 14, 2016