The American Hospital Association on Friday aired concerns that Republicans in the House may not make enough sufficient changes to the bill to repeal and replace Obamacare to earn the group's support and called on GOP leaders to reset their approach.
Rick Pollack, the President and CEO of the AHA, said at a press conference that Republicans need to "press the reset button and reboot" their legislation to repeal the Affordable Care Act. He outlined the three major issues that the hospitals group has with the House bill: a reduction in those insured, cuts to Medicaid funding and the repeal of taxes that helped fund the coverage provided by Obamacare.
"We cannot support the bill in its present form," Pollack said.
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