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U.S. Rep. Pete Sessions (R-TX) and Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) have introduced their plan to replace the Affordable Care Act. This plan includes numerous elements The Heartland Institute has been promoting for years, and it has been introduced at time when other GOP plans, covered in the June issue of Health Care News and live here, are being considered.
Peter Ferrara, senior fellow for entitlement and budget policy at The Heartland Institute, joined Michael Hamilton on the Health Care News Podcast to explain why and how the Sessions-Cassidy proposal would result in better, more affordable health care for 100 percent of Americans than the Affordable Care Act has been able to provide for only about 67 percent of Americans.