The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on WND Econony
Republicans had promised for years under an antagonistic President Obama that they would, when they could, repeal Obamacare.
Then Donald Trump was elected.
But GOP members in Congress didn’t follow through. Several votes in recent months all have failed, mostly by very narrow margins, the last one because Sen. John McCain opposed the repeal.
But they’re at it again, with a new plan to replace Obamacare from Sens. Bill Cassidy of Louisiana and Lindsey Graham of South Carolina and others.
In broad terms, it would change the system to provide federal health funding to states in the form of block grants, and it would remove some of Obamacare’s mandates and the medical device tax.
It would leave in place some of the other rules and taxes.
President Trump on Wednesday praisedpost was originally published on this site