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miércoles, 15 de marzo de 2017

Republican Latinos Troubled by GOP's Obamacare Replacement

Republican Latinos Troubled by GOP's Obamacare Replacement
- Ros-Lehtinen's main reasons: "too many of my constituents will lose insurance and there will be less funds to help the poor and elderly with their healthcare." Her explanation of her plan to vote "no" comes the day after the Congressional Budget Office released its analysis of the GOP health coverage plan and found that by 2026, some 24 million fewer people would be covered than are now, about 14 million would lose Medicaid coverage and subsidies would be eliminated for low-income people who buy non-group plans on the private Obamacare markets.