Democrats wrestle with competing ideas about how and where to cut health care proposals
Leaders are trending toward prioritizing extending the increase of the Obamacare subsidy and closing the Medicaid coverage gap.
By Alan Goforth|October 18, 2021 at 09:39 AM
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Democrats continue to haggle over health care as they seek to trim more than $1 trillion from President Biden’s proposed infrastructure spending plan, according to NBC News.
House leaders are trending toward prioritizing extending the increase of the Obamacare subsidy in the American Rescue Plan and closing the Medicaid coverage gap in states that didn’t expand the program.
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