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conducted earlier this year, since President Trump first took office. “Fifty-one percent of registered voters said Obamacare should be completely or partially repealed,” quilting its the art of stitching together vintage poster which is “down 8 percentage points from the beginning of the year. … Seventy-eight percent of GOP voters want the ACA to be at least partially repealed,” which is down 5 percentage points. Support for whether the law should be completely or partially repealed declined by 9 percent for independent voters and 6 percent for Democrats. Politico has obtained a draft of a House Republican repeal bill. The bill would take apart the Obamacare individual mandate, end subsidies based on income for the individual insurance marketplace, roll back Medicaid expansion funding,
and give state governments money to help them create high-risk pools for people with pre-existing conditions. Some Republicans, including Governor Matt Bevin of Kentucky, believe these results are necessary to fix what they see as a broken Medicaid system. Governor Bevin stated, “The piper has to get paid at some point.” Other Republicans, such as Governor Doug Ducey of Arizona said that none of the governors “want to see any citizen have the rug pulled out from underneath them” and that the governors would work hard to improve healthcare and reform the Medicaid system. President Trump will be making a nationally televised address to a joint session of Congress this Tuesday night. He will be discussing healthcare and the repeal and reformation of the Affordable Care Act, as well as many other topics. An article from The New York Times suggests that it might be harder for people to retire early if the Affordable Care Act is repealed.