January 13, 2017



In This Issue
Cadillac Tax Repeal Is Re-Introduced to Set Stage for Inclusion in ACA Repeal
Trump Transition: Repeal and Replace Not Coming until Price Is Confirmed
“Repeal and Replace” or “Repeal and Delay” Is the Focus of this Week’s Podcast
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NAHU Education Foundation Program – Operation Engage
HUPAC Roundup
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“Repeal and Replace” or “Repeal and Delay” Is the Focus of this Week’s Podcast

NAHU’s Government Affairs Vice President Marcy M. Buckner and Congressional Affairs Vice Presidents Chris Hartmann and John Greene discussed the latest in the debate over health reform: whether the law should be repealed and replaced immediately or repealed with a delay. Several high-profile Republicans have gone on the record in the past week rejecting the idea of repealing without an immediate replacement, and agreeing to a replacement plan is proving difficult, with still no consensus after nearly seven years of attempts. This week’s podcast reviews the pros and cons for both sides of this argument and why NAHU’s position is what it is. To listen, click here.

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