How a Republican Congress would replace Obamacare

by Susan Ferrechio  |  published on November 3, 2014

Forget the GOP’s longstanding pledge to repeal the entire healthcare law in one fell swoop.

A Republican-led Congress would attempt to dismantle Obamacare one provision at a time and would try to replace the law the same piecemeal way, using a collection of proposals for improving the nation’s health insurance system that have garnered at least some bipartisan support during the past four years.

“It’s not a 2,700-page bill we’d wheel down to the Senate floor,” a GOP leadership aide told the Washington Examiner, referencing the massive legislative document that became the Affordable Care Act.

Ideas for replacing Obamacare have long been discussed in both chambers, outlined in legislation, and passed in the GOP-led House during the past two years.

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