Senate health insurance plan would cost Georgians

The U.S. Senate has unveiled its much-anticipated legislation to unravel the Affordable Care Act, releasing a proposal Thursday that has some key differences from the House health care overhaul.

Like the House bill, the Senate version — crafted in secrecy by 13 Republican senators — would slash Medicaid, which covers millions of Americans (including roughly 2 million Georgians), eliminate the legal requirement that almost everyone have insurance and repeal taxes on wealthy Americans and the health care industry.

Read the full article at the Gwinnett Daily Post.

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