Mr. Bulleit explains that although the Senate bill makes greater cuts to Medicaid than the House of Representatives’ bill, it does so over a longer period of time, in part via a slower phase-out of enhanced funding for Medicaid expansion, and it keeps subsidies to buy insurance in the individual insurance market more aligned with income needs than with age. He suggests that those aspects could help Senate leadership line up moderate votes.
The Bloomberg BNA Health Law Reporter article quoting Mr. Bulleit’s remarks may be found here.
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