- the unsuccessful Republican plan dismantled health insurance subsidies and the expansion of the program to health care access to poor people.
- Bill did not forward due to opposition from the freedom Caucus, thirty of ultraconservative members of the lower House.
- these archconservatives want fewer regulations and that citizens are able to choose what health care cover its health plans.
Democrats are smiling in D.C. that the Freedom Caucus, with the help of Club For Growth and Heritage, have saved Planned Parenthood & Ocare!
– Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 26, 2017
the President referred in this Tweet to health-care reform that, in 2010, the then President, Democrat Barack Obama, issued known as Obamacare that the Tycoon wanted to replace with a Bill devised by the Republican Party and sponsored by it.
the conservative proposal advocated by withdraw funds to Planned Parenthood the largest organization of family planning in the United States, which has received much criticism from Republicans.
However, the plan was withdrawn Friday for not having enough Republican support to be approved in the House of representatives from the USA, where it was going to put to the vote.
Bill did not go forward because in part, to the opposition the freedom Caucus, the ultra-conservative group of lawmakers that has thirty members in the lower House.
radical obstructed the agreement whose approval is needed 216 votes that were not gathered, because want less regulations and that citizens are able to choose what health care cover its health plans.
the President of the Caucus, Mark Meadows, said that the failure of the project “ is not the end of the debate” about health-care reform.
speaking to the television network ABC, Meadows added that Trump will still be the “most valuable player” in the process to achieve the goal of dismantle Obamacare . Obamacare
a law designed to increase the quality of health insurance in the United States and make them affordable to citizens with low income medical coverage has given more than 20 million people lacking such protection.
Trump considered that regulations a “disaster” and, already during the election of 2016 that led him to the Presidency, promised to “repeal and replace” Obama health law.
Republican plan failed dismantled the basic provisions of Obamacare including subsidies to help the acquisition of health insurance and Medicaid expansion a program for health access to people with low income .
conservative project ended with acquisition of coverage mandates, obliging citizens without any insurance to buy one to avoid a fine.
the budget the Congressional Office (CBO), a non-partisan Agency, estimates that the Republican plan would leave without insurance to 14 million people in 2018 and 24 million in a decade.
the CBO also estimated that proposal backed by Trump would be a savings of $ 150,000 million in ten years .