Senate tax plan would scrap key provision that encourages insurance enrollment and lead to millions more uninsured. A different approach is needed.
Congress urged to pass measure that would fund cost-sharing reduction payments, offer more health plan options and promote enrollment outreach.
The decision to end insurance cost-sharing reduction payments creates uncertainty, threatens access to meaningful health coverage for millions of Americans.
Recent changes do not address core flaws that would lead to millions of Americans losing health insurance coverage.
Deep cuts to Medicaid would threaten access to quality care for millions in the states whose senators may decide the fate of health-system reform.