The first phase is a bill called the American Health Care Act (AHCA) which uses a legislative process known as budget reconciliation to repeal and replace meaningful sections of Obamacare.
Pressed by Tapper on the point that access to coverage is different than actually having coverage, Price said the GOP plan would lower the costs of insurance and increase options while overhauling Medicaid, which is geared toward lower-income people and those with disabilities.
And they want people to be able to buy their health insurance across state lines (like auto insurance and a million other things) instead of being forced to buy from their state's monopoly provider.
Another factor, however, has received less attention, though it is hidden in plain sight in the CBO analysis: The premium reduction would occur in no small part because the insurance products wouldn't be as good.
The conservative group balked at Trump's announcement that all RSC members at the White House meeting are now "yes" on the health care bill, insisting that the development does not at all change the widespread opposition within the HFC to the bill. That's just not who we are as a people. Covered California used examples from San Francisco and Los Angeles for its cost comparisons.
"We think we should be offering more assistance than the bill now does", for lower-income people age 50 to 64, Ryan said of the tax credits for health insurance that are proposed in the legislation.
Because the law eliminates the mandate for insurance, monthly premiums would initially increase 15 to 20 percent.
For a woman with employer-sponsored health insurance, that cost would be divvied up between the insurer and the patient.
Individuals between the ages of 27 and 62, earning $50,000 a year, could save between $167 and $333 a month under the GOP plan. Republicans should reach out to Democrats and work with them to fix the deficiencies of the ACA. "They'll have nobody", he said, adding that there are many states where they have one.
Trump said Friday he would alter the plan to ensure more GOP support.
After 10 years, about 1 in 5 Americans will be uninsured.
Many of those governors agree with Kasich, who notes that 700,000 Ohioans have gained insurance coverage under Medicaid expansion.
Even defenders of the agency's assessment of health care reform acknowledge that it had a big miss estimating the number of participants in the Affordable Care Act.
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He went about five years without insurance because it was financially out of reach.
Janet Cataline, 62, of Modesto fears that health insurance will once again be out of reach.
If the Republican plan to repeal and replace the ACA goes forward, his options might be more limited than that.
"It provides nearly no new flexibility to the states, does not ensure the resources necessary to ensure no one is left out, and shifts significant costs to states", the governors wrote in a letter sent to Ryan and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky.
"Rather than blow up (Obamacare), they should have tweaked it", Cataline said.
"It's going to be passed, I believe, I think substantially, pretty quickly. It's a good thing to be supporting across party lines", he said.
"But that is the least cost-effective way to treat an individual who does not need emergency-room care", she said.
With the release of the CBO report, a grassroots campaign opposing the GOP bill was stepped up in Modesto and surrounding areas such as Turlock and Patterson on Saturday, with volunteers distributing door hangers to homes.
In a story March 17 about the House Republican health care bill, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Rep. John Katko, R-N.Y., is a freshman from the Hudson River Valley.
Molly Tracy says she'll buy insurance, penalty or not. An analysis by the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office found 24 million people would lose their health insurance over a decade though the bill would also reduce the deficit. He did not give details but said the poor shouldn't lose access.
In a Facebook post Saturday night, Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick, R-Pa., said he couldn't vote for the bill, stressing a need "to take our time and to get this right". Pharmaceutical industry fees under the ACA total about $2.7 billion a year, and the medical device tax set to take effect in 2018 amounts to about $2 billion per year, Moody's said.
"Manufacturers and fast-food companies are cutting people to part time (to avoid the requirement)", Bavaro said. Kaiser Health News, a nonprofit news service that covers health care policy and politics, offers a useful summary of the budget office's assessment.
Speaking on NBC's "Meet the Press", Republican Senator Susan Collins of ME anxious the bill would harm older Americans, and shift Medicaid costs to states - something critics say a block-grant approach would only make worse.