AHCA

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AHCAAgency for Health Care Administration
AHCAAmerican Health Care Association
AHCAAffordable Healthcare Act
AHCAAmerican Hockey Coaches Association
AHCAAustralian Health Care Agreement
AHCAArizona Health Care Association
AHCAAmerican Highland Cattle Association
AHCAAustin Healey Club of America
AHCAArkansas Health Care Association
AHCAAlma Heights Christian Academy (Pacifica, CA)
AHCAAfghan Hound Club of America, Inc.
AHCAAustin History Center Association
AHCAArlington Heights Civic Association
AHCAAustralian Health Cover Advisors
AHCAAdditional Housing Cost Allowance
AHCAAdditional Housing Costs Allowance (UK)
AHCAAspen Hill Civic Association, Inc.
AHCAAroostook Home Care Agency
AHCAAustrian Hobie Class Association
AHCAAyrshire Harriers Clubs Association
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(The CBO predicted 57 million people would have Medicaid and CHIP coverage in 2026 under AHCA rules.)
Mother Theresa wrote, "'It is a poverty to decide that a child must die so that you may live as you wish." Yet roughly 50,000 more people will die annually from lack of health care if the AHCA passes.
The study also showed seven out of 10 independents opposed the AHCA along with 94 percent Democrats.
AHCA Changes to Obamacare--As approved by the House, the AHCA would modify Obamacare in a number of important ways.
In May, the House of Representatives passed the AHCA, a bill that would replace many elements of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
In order to pass a version of the AHCA with a simple majority, Republican Senators will have to hue to strict budget reconciliation rules.
Under the AHCA, there would no longer be a fine for staying out of the health insurance market.
Both capped approaches would limit a state's ability to respond to rising costs, new and costly treatments, or public health emergencies such as Zika, according to a summary of the AHCA by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
Perhaps the best thing to say about AHCA is that it has the right enemies: the AMA, big hospitals, and some big insurers (who all favor ACA).
Many members of The Freedom Caucus, a group for about 30 to 40 lawmakers who strongly support efforts to free markets from government interference, appear to oppose AHCA.
Unfortunately, the Hyde amendment (which applies to Medicaid) does not apply to the AHCA, as it did not apply to Obamacare.