The GOP has unveiled plans to move forward without replacing the ACA, and instead repealing the act without an approved healthcare bill. After inter-party opposition to the latest GOP bill, The Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017, senate leaders have decided to begin the repeal process without a Republican-based replacement. The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) has previously estimated that a repeal of the ACA would raise premiums by 20-25% in the first year alone. Read the full article here.


Update: The GOP has moved away from completely repealing the ACA prior to a replacement being made. Read the full update here.