Paul Ryan at CNN’s town hall talked about his Affordable Care Act replacement plan has a lot of repeal, but not much replace. In April, Donald Trump unveiled his healthcare reform agenda — the most detailed component of the plan calling for the “repeal and replace of Obamacare with something much better.”
It’s been more than half a decade since the Affordable Care Act was signed into law. Trump and Republicans somehow still don’t have a detailed alternative. All we know is they still want to “repeal and replace” the law — Speaker of the House Paul Ryan has called doing so their “most urgent” objective late last year — and that Republicans have repeatedly held dozens of pointless votes to dismantle it.
The closest Republicans have come to proposing an alternative is Speaker Ryan’s recent June proposal to — yet again — repeal and replace the law. Unveiled as part of Ryan’s […]Read more after the jump.