Trump doesn't have a plan to replace Obamacare

Kenny Tucker
March 28, 2019

The DOJ stance is a "major shift" from its position when Jeff Sessions was attorney general, CNN reports.

NJPP's 2017 study, conducted when Trump and congressional Republicans first tried to repeal the health care law, found 839,000 New Jerseyans at risk of losing health coverage, costing the state $4 billion in federal funds.

Trump and the administration repeatedly promised - particularly leading up to the midterm election - to protect people with less-than-perfect medical histories.

The Justice Department's letter won't change anything yet for the law, also known as Obamacare.

The administration's move didn't only startle supporters of the law.

McSally said that the news of the summary, which was released Sunday, has only divided the country more. What little we've gotten is itself a big deal-the public sees nearly nothing of the inner workings of this court, meant to give the Federal Bureau of Investigation and National Security Agency (NSA) oversight over surveillance of foreign interests and sometimes Americans who are connected to them, like Page. And it allows children to stay on their parents' health insurance plans until they turn 26.

The conspiracy known as "Russiagate" should have ended with the news that, after intense investigation, no collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation was found - but die-hard collusion truthers are finding it hard to move on.

"This lawsuit is as risky as it is reckless". For those who want the short version, I speculate that Mueller concluded there is no sound basis for prosecuting Trump, but didn't want to say so, probably at least in part to satisfy his staff. "The Affordable Care Act is an integral part of our healthcare system".

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If successful, this effort could cause almost 20 million Americans to lose their coverage and tax credits.

"The premiums are too expensive, people are going broke trying to pay for it", he said, adding that he understood the problems with health care better than before.

Democrats made defending ObamaCare a powerful messaging tool in the run-up to November's elections, when opinion polls showed eight in 10 Americans wanted to defend its most popular benefits, including coverage for people with pre-existing conditions.

The number of New Jerseyans who don't have health insurance would grow by 595,000 under President Donald Trump's plan to repeal the Affordable Care Act, according to a new study.

Connecticut, and 20 other Democratic attorneys general, led by California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, filed an opening brief on Monday in the 5th Circuit in defense of the health care law.

Attorney General William Barr leaves his McLean, Va., home on Monday, March 25, 2019.

We must run against an administration that wants to take away health care for millions.
"We must fight back again with everything we've got".

While this case won't be resolved anytime soon, the Trump administration's decision to advocate for the end of the current system gives 2020 candidates an opportunity to hammer Republicans for being against the improvements Obamacare made to the United States healthcare system without a way of ensuring that whatever comes next will be better.

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