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A Legislative History of the "Repeal and Replacement" of the Obamacare: Other

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The materials on this page are not traditional legislative history documents.  They are listed here to provide context for development repeal and replace legislation.

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White House.  HABS Collection, Library of Congress

Bipartisan Health Care Stabilization Act of 2017

Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson (GCHJ) Proposal

Obamacare Repeal Reconciliation Act of 2017

Better Health Care Reconciliation Act

American Health Care Act

House Leadership White Paper

Access to Insurance for All Americans Act

On January 30, 2017, Rep. Darrell Issa (R-CA) unveiled his Access to Insurance for All Americans Act.  This would open the Federal Employee Health Benefit Program, which provides health care options to federal government workers, to "all Americans".

Obamacare Replacement Act, S. 222 (2017).

Patient Freedom Act of 2017, S. 191 (2017).

Senators Bill Cassidy (R-LA), Susan Collins (R-ME), Shelley Caputo (R-WV) and Johnny Isakson (R-GA) introduced the Patient Freedom Act of 2017 on January 23, 2017.  The legislation would give states the option of keeping coverage under PPACA, through Roth Health Savings Accounts or through their own programs.

Republican Study Committee

On January 4, 2017, the Republican Study Committee, a caucus of House conservative Republicans, introduced a draft bill, repealing PPACA and replacing it with their health care proposals.

"A Better Way"

Speaker Paul Ryan and House Republicans issued a white paper on June 22, 2016, which has been described as the culmination of their proposals over the prior 20 years.  Commentators consider this as a likely basis for future PPACA "replace" efforts.

Congressional Budget Office Reports

Congressional Budget Office (CBO) reports on repeal and replace legislation before Congress.

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