House Republicans huddled this weekend to finish their ObamaCare replacement plan, while also trying to stanch criticism about a secretive and stalled process by revealing some specifics and vowing the bill will soon be available for review.
“This plan will be out next week, and everybody will have a chance to see it,” Georgia Rep. Buddy Carter, a pharmacy owner and Republican member of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, told Fox News’ “America’s News Headquarters.”
According to Buddy Carter (R-Georgia), the replacement will include:
- Americans with pre-existing conditions will qualify for coverage as with ObamaCare
- Young adults will be able to remain on their parents plan to age 26
- Will include focus on HSA
I will post the details once the plan is released to the public.