Tim Jost and I wrote an op-ed for the New York Times today: “Seven questions about health reform.”
We offer many questions about what Republicans plan to do in their “repeal and replace” or “repeal and delay” approach to the ACA. The single most important point in our essay is simple: Congress should not repeal ACA until they have submitted their specific replacement proposal for analysis by nonpartisan authorities such as the Congressional Budget Office and the Tax Policy Center to determine how the repeal will affect health insurance coverage, state and federal finances, and individual tax burdens. That practice was followed in the long debate leading to the ACA. It should be followed now.
Bonus Washington sunrise pictures below