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Insurance Companies, Health Care Advocacy Groups Decry Cassidy-Graham Bill

WorldNews Thursday, 21 September 2017
Insurance Companies, Health Care Advocacy Groups Decry Cassidy-Graham BillA new study from the AARP on Thursday found that older people could be paying as much as $16,174 more per year for health care costs under the latest Republican bill to repeal ObamaCare from Republican Senators Lindsey Graham (SC) and Bill Cassidy (LA), according to The New York Times. The bill “threatens to make health care unaffordable and inaccessible for millions of older Americans,” AARP, which opposes the measure, writes in the report. The study found that on average nationwide, a 60-year-old who makes $25,000 per year would have to pay as much as $16,174 more per year for health insurance as a result of the possible elimination of two kinds of ObamaCare subsidies that help people pay...
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Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.) blamed the failure to vote on the Cassidy-Graham health-care plan on the rushed process on Sept. 26.

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