Esquire: Disabled Americans Have the Most to Fear Under RepubliCare

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Esquire: Disabled Americans Have the Most to Fear Under RepubliCare

Recognizing that they don't have the votes for a full repeal of the Affordable Care Act, Republicans opted for a reconciliation bill that effectively picks the ACA apart, turning it into legislative Swiss cheese. At this point, it seems to provide more questions than answers about the future of health care in America.

That's especially true for disabled Americans, who have feared a Republican rollback of the changes that enabled them to access comprehensive health care—some for the first time. It now appears they were right to worry.

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