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Called the 'American Health Care Act', some popular things remain, other don't. Here are some key points of the Republican's proposal to replace Obamacare that are being talking about most:
1) Individual mandates go away
2) You can stay on your parent's plan until 26 still
3) Medicaid expansion goes basically unchanged until beginning of 2020
4) Pre-existing conditions still cannot disqualify you from coverage
This proposal is the early stages. They still haven't done the official math to see how much it costs, and how many folks it will actually cover. It also includes stiffer penalties for lapses in coverage, and proposed a much different route of giving out tax credits for health insurance, over the current subsidy method -
What do you make of this proposal? Does it stand a chance of becoming law? Which parts do you think will be re-tooled before an official version makes it all the way to law is maybe a better question, as I doubt this first revision gets through completely untouched.. Trump has already said he is open to negotiation on the topic.