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You are viewing the download page for FS2004 - AlphaSim - De Havilland Sea Venom hack tool download(Editor’s Note: This is the second in a two-part series on the Affordable Care Act. Read the first installment here.)
Paul Ryan has a problem.
The Wisconsin Republican is wrestling with how to reconcile his health care plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act with his own party’s No. 1 priority of reducing the deficit. The two sides are at loggerheads over what is being billed as the “next test” for the GOP repeal effort — the reconciliation process, which allows for repeal and replacement through the budget process.
To put things bluntly, Ryan and Senate Republicans have a problem in that they need support from Democrats to get their health care bill through the Senate. This is at least in part because of the multiple provisions that the AHCA would repeal, such as the individual mandate, as well as a large swathe of rules for insurers and providers that have nothing to do with health care.
As one Republican Senate aide told me this week, “It’s got to be scaled back and adjusted,” adding that “in order for that to happen, it makes sense for the Senate to do it.” Another Republican aide said that the “level of concern is very high,” and that Ryan and Republicans are scrambling to get Republican members who are not co-sponsors of the AHCA on board.
That may not be too difficult. But if Ryan and the House cannot reconcile their plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act with a bipartisan agreement to replace it, will the House even vote on the AHCA?
The Senate bill is “very different,” one Republican Senate aide said.
I’ve asked members of the House Freedom Caucus, where Ryan and other House conservatives who want to repeal Obamacare rely on the support of House Republicans to help them win those hard votes on their bill, and what they think about the process so far.
“We still haven’t seen the cuts to Medicaid in the House bill,” said Rep. Raul Labrador (R-Idaho) — a conservative who has been open to supporting the bill — while Rep. Mark Meadows (R-N.C.) is “very reluctant to vote for something that will increase the deficit” and said they haven’t had a briefing from House Budget 0b46394aab