As the House-passed American Health Care Act (AHCA) heads to the U.S. Senate for consideration, critics attack it for being just an extension of Obamacare.
Even so, some observers think the Senate will radically alter the bill to suit its own needs, some of which could be to continue to placate insurance and pharmaceutical interests that like things the way they are.
Health insurance is unlike virtually every other form of insurance that is actuarially underwritten to spread the claim and financial risks across a broad base.
What bothers these critics is that the fundamental underlying premises of Obamacare continue in what some call “Trumpcare.”
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