A Republican Plan To Replace Obamacare, Cover Pre-existing Conditions And Lower Costs

Sadly, instead of building on the innovation that has made our nation the envy of the world, new taxes on life-saving drugs and devices will send jobs overseas, stifle innovation, and only further add to increasing costs as they are passed onto consumers in the form of higher premiums. Just as bad, ObamaCare itself has become a pre-existing condition for some four or five million consumers who have lost the plan they thought they could keep. Millions of others are paying thousands of dollars more while having their choice of doctors or hospitals limited. In response, the administration scrambled to provide accommodations, even while stubbornly refusing to revisit the underlying ObamaCare policies that caused the disruption of coverage. Unfortunately, these problems were entirely predictable. When the law was still a bill being debated in the Senate, we strenuously argued for a different path forward. We warned the policies of the law would create increased spending, higher costs, fewer choices, and a less stable insurance market. <br>For the original version including any supplementary images or video, visit http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2014/01/27/republican-plan-to-replace-obamacare-cover-pre-existing-conditions-lower-costs/

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