Monday, November 18, 2013

ACA HEALTH CARE - Insurers Cautious, U.S. House Bill

Another attempt to kill the ACA.

"Insurers 'very cautious' about new move to extend canceled policies" PBS Newshour 11/15/2013


JUDY WOODRUFF (Newshour):  Congress took the first step today toward letting Americans hang on to their current health plans. But the bill that passed the House may be going nowhere fast.

NewsHour congressional correspondent Kwame Holman begins our coverage.

REP. MICHAEL BURGESS, R-Texas:  What has been visited upon the American people in the Affordable Care Act will not be resolved by this action today.  It is merely to stop the bleeding.

KWAME HOLMAN (Newshour):  The one-page bill pushed through by House Republicans would let those who want to keep or reinstate their health plans.  The Associated Press reported more than four million policies have been canceled so far.

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