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GOP Candidates Float ACA Replacement Ideas; Uninsured Rate At 9.2 Percent

By Amy Lotven
August 18, 2015 at 8:34 PM
Republican presidential candidate Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin on Tuesday (Aug. 18) unveiled a plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, the same day fellow GOP candidate Sen. Marco Rubio penned an editorial in Politico outlining his plan. Both concepts rely on health policies long preferred by the GOP, including preferential treatment of health savings accounts, the ability to purchase coverage across state lines and sliding scale-tax subsidies for coverage. Meanwhile, CMS continues to move forward with the qualified...


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