“There is an alternative, if not a very satisfying one. Republicans seem to be able to achieve near-unity on ending the individual mandate, allowing insurers to offer discounts for younger people, protecting taxpayers from having to subsidize abortion coverage, and giving states some freedom to relax regulations. They should work for legislation that achieves these goals and includes as much Medicaid reform as 50 senators are prepared to tolerate.
Republicans should not claim that such legislation would repeal and replace Obamacare, since it would not, and should make it clear that additional legislation will be needed in the future. The conservative holdouts should be prepared to judge this limited legislation based on whether it gives people more freedom to choose the health insurance they want, not on whether it does everything for which Republicans have been campaigning over the last seven years.” - Don’t Settle for Nothing, National Review, 07/18/2017
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