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Today, Next Week on the Hill: The AHCA Has Its Do-Or-Die Moment; Dems Promise Gorsuch Filibuster

The Republican health care plan, known as the American Health Care Act (AHCA), faces its watershed moment today after Republican opponents of the bill (H.R. 1628) held firm last night, forcing the vote to be postponed. While some analysts expected a drawn-out renegotiation process, the White House pressed Republican leaders to have a do-or-die vote on the package today. Speaking to the press last night, White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney suggested that President Trump is prepared to leave the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in place and move on to other priorities if the package is voted down today by the House.

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The Week in Review The debate over healthcare reform intensified last week as the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) score on the effects of the American Health Care Act (AHCA) and Trump’s “skinny” budget for 2018 were released. Both supporters and detractors of the AHCA found favorable information in the CBO score; the CBO projects federal deficit savings of $337 billion over the next ten years, but at the cost of coverage losses for 24 million people in that same timeframe. The proposal’s effect on premium prices, the stability of the non-group market, and Medicaid spending were also detailed in the CBO’s analysis, a breakdown of which can be found below.