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Senate Obamacare Repeal Bill Largely an Entitlement Overhaul Proposal would maintain key aspects of the 2010 health care law

Jun 22, 2017...A draft of the Senate counterpart legislation to overhaul the U.S. health insurance system unveiled Thursday would make drastic changes to the Medicaid program, but largely retain the existing federal tax credit structure from the 2010 health care law that helps individuals afford insurance, among other provisions.

Senate Obamacare Repeal Vote Possible Next Week

Jun 19, 2017...The Senate could vote as early as next Thursday on legislation to reader the U.S. health care system, a lawmaker and lobbyists tell CQ Roll Call.

Democrats Plot Senate Slowdown Over Obamacare Repeal Schumer, Murray among Democrats planning to highlight GOP process

Jun 19, 2017...Senate Democrats have decided to muddle the chamber’s work in a bid to highlight the closed-door nature of Republicans’ health care negotiations.

Obamacare in Alaska: Cost-Control Plan Is Challenging but Working Might be difficult to duplicate in other states

Jun 19, 2017...JUNEAU, Alaska — It’s hard to get excited about a health insurance premium spike.

The Quieter Assault Against Obamacare Democrats fault GOP tactic for problems

Feb 7, 2017...The Republican drive to deliver a death blow to President Barack Obama’s health care law has overshadowed a quieter assault using annual government funding bills that’s gone on for years.

CBO Score Spells Trouble Ahead for Obamacare Repeal in Senate

May 26, 2017...While President Donald Trump was overseas this week, White House correspondent John T. Bennett was on the Hill and found little progress on a health care bill that could actually pass both chambers and head to the president’s desk. Bennett also looks at how the president’s trip is being received as Trump rounds out his multi-country tour.

How is Obamacare Repeal Bill Being Received on the Hill?

Mar 7, 2017...On Monday night House Republicans unveiled a bill that would repeal and replace parts of the 2010 health care law. Since then, members of Congress on both sides of the aisle have been speaking up to voice criticism or cast their support for the long-awaited bill.

House Defends Delaying Major Obamacare Lawsuit Democrats contend payment doubts create health care industry uncertainty

May 31, 2017...The House of Representatives in a court filing Tuesday defended a decision earlier in May to delay a pivotal lawsuit over a provision of the 2010 health care law and pushed back on a request from Democratic attorneys general to take over defending the law.

The Convoluted Process for Dismantling Obamacare Budget reconciliaton, explained

Jan 12, 2017...In the early hours of Jan. 12, the Senate took the first step in the convoluted process of dismantling and replacing the 2010 health care law. To overcome the potential filibuster power of Senate Democrats, GOP lawmakers are relying on budget reconciliation, the same procedural mechanism their counterparts across the aisle used seven years ago to implement parts of the health care overhaul.

Republican Senator Seeks to Save Obamacare Before Dismantling It Lamar Alexander advocating for two-step approach to repealing law

May 24, 2017...Sen. Lamar Alexander has found himself in an uncommon position for most Republicans this year: Trying to save the shaky insurance markets created by the 2010 health care law before attending to a major overhaul of the law.