Republicans come with Obamacare demolition plan
washington - The Republicans in the US Senate presented a plan to reform the health system drastically on Thursday. The 142-page draft proposal would largely dismantle the former President Barack Obama's care law.
The draft proposal provides for a tax reduction for the rich. Also, Americans would no longer be obliged to complete health insurance. Previously, the House of Representatives already approved a proposal to change the so-called Obamacare, but that plan was a chance in the Senate.
It is still unclear whether the new plan can count on a majority in the Hogerhuis. The Republicans have a small majority of 52 seats. This means that two members of the government party should be allowed to vote at the latest. All Democrats are expected to vote against.
President Donald Trump called on the Republicans in the Senate to come up with a 'more generous' bill than their colleagues in the House of Commons. Trump promised to abolish Obamacare during his election campaign, but he also depends partly on the votes of minima using this care act.
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