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New Report: Graham-Cassidy Punishes Medicaid Expansion States

22 September 2017

Kimmel and others encouraged those who feel strongly about the bill to call their senators to register their opposition to it, whether Republican or Democrat.

If the latest attempt to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act is successful next week, more than 400,000 people in Kentucky who have health insurance through the Medicaid expansion would lose their coverage. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., and Sen.

The bill strips federal funds for healthcare, instead issuing block grants for individual states to spend as they wish.

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Thus, Republicans have until September 30 to repeal Obamacare with only 51 votes in the Senate under the current budget resolution. The proposal would replace much of Obama's law with block grants to states, giving them leeway on spending the money.

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"Governors that took the expansion aren't going to want a fair distribution of those health care dollars".

Most details of the bill have not been made public and the Congressional Budget Office has not had a chance to produce a score for the bill; critics of repeal efforts are sticking to opposition of anything that would reduce health care coverage in America. "Supposedly guaranteed coverage for pre-existing conditions under Obamacare, it's not an absolute guarantee". For people with pre-existing conditions, most of the analyses would show that this would significantly increase premiums for people with pre-existing conditions. But critics say it will kick millions off the insurance rolls and drastically spike premiums for those with pre-existing conditions.

Private market rules would remain the same, but states would be allowed to waive rating rules based on health status and age. They oppose the Graham-Cassidy bill that would cap health care funding for states and phase out the money that states like NY got for expanding their Medicaid program. States also could potentially remove other pieces of current regulations, including requirements to cover prescription drugs, hospitalization and maternity care. They claim it would not simply shrink Obamacare - formally known as the Affordable Care Act - as some previous GOP proposals would have, but eliminate key Obamacare programs entirely, upending the national healthcare system.

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New Report: Graham-Cassidy Punishes Medicaid Expansion States