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TPPF Outlines Top Ten Ways Senate Healthcare Bill Fails to Repeal Obamacare
 
PRESS RELEASE
 

AUSTIN – Today, the Texas Public Policy Foundation released a summary outlining the top ten ways the U.S. Senate leadership’s Better Care Reconciliation Act, released yesterday, fails to repeal Obamacare and ultimately address healthcare issues.
 
"It fails to offer more care to more people, and afterall, isn't that the reason for a healthcare system in the first place,” said Dr. Deane Waldman, director of the Center for Health Care Policy at Texas Public Policy Foundation.

The ten reasons are listed below. To read the summary with full explanations, please visit: http://txpo.li/2sJQJ3

  1. Retains Obamacare Insurance Subsides
  2. Retains Obamacare Medicaid Expansion           
  3. Expands Obamacare Insurance Subsidies          
  4. Retains ALL Obamacare Regulations     
  5. Retains Obamacare’s Undermining of State Sovereignty
  6. Appropriates Obamacare Cost-Sharing Reductions
  7. Extends and Expands Obamacare’s Corporate Welfare Bailouts
  8. Includes Obamacare’s Work Disincentives  
  9. Continues Obamacare Pattern of Giving Too Much Authority to Federal Bureaucrats 
  10. Obamacare Architect Admits It’s Not Repeal

For more information or to request an interview with one of TPPF's experts, please contact Alicia Pierce at apierce@texaspolicy.com or 512-472-2700.

Dr. Deane Waldman, director of the Center for Health Care Policy at the Texas Public Policy Foundation.

Chris Jacobs is a Senior Healthcare Policy Analyst at the Texas Public Policy Foundation.

Chip Roy is the director for the Center for Tenth Amendment Action at the Texas Public Policy Foundation.

Drew White is the senior federal policy analyst in the Center for Tenth Amendment Action at the Texas Public Policy Foundation.

The Texas Public Policy Foundation is a non-profit, free-market research institute based in Austin, Texas. The Texas Public Policy Foundation aims to advance a societal framework that effectively fosters human flourishing based upon cooperation and mutually beneficial exchange of ideas and speech.

 

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