Senate GOP aims to end Obamacare mandate in revised tax plan

Wibbitz Top Stories - November 15, 2017

Senate Republicans are adding a partial Obamacare repeal.

The revised bill aims to remove the Affordable Care Act mandate that all Americans get health insurance coverage.

Republican lawmakers said the initiative would push down tax rates.

The repeal of the mandate would save $338 billion in revenue that would no longer be used to help Americans buy insurance..


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