Senate Republicans on Thursday released a revised plan to replace the Affordable Care Act that keeps deep cuts to Medicaid but adds about $70 billion to the more than $100 billion in an earlier proposal for states to reduce premiums and out-of-pocket costs. The plan would let insurers sell bare-bones policies under certain circumstances and would keep two ACA taxes on the wealthy.
Senate's revised health plan would allow bare-bones policies
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