Even though the first rushed attempt at replacing Obamacare didn’t work out, a much better solution has appeared. The new bill is being viewed with way more optimism than the last attempt. The House Freedom Caucus and moderate Republicans have put together something great.
House Freedom Caucus chairman Mark Meadows told Breitbart all about the new bill. “I’m optimistic that we’ve at least found some potential common ground. Conservative requests and those from those that represent districts that may have a more moderate constituency don’t want to suggest anything other than the discussions have been extremely good over the last 72 hours,” said Meadows.
The new bill will cover pre-existing conditions. “I can tell you the president has communicated to me on more than four different occasions that he wants the very best bill possible for the American people and that he believes that not only will we get a better bill but with everyone’s input—not just conservative members, but conservatives, moderates and those that are in between—that we’ll get a better bill and we’ll shock the American people when they actually see their healthcare insurance premiums come down,” said Meadows.
“I’m confident we’re going to get there mainly because the president literally not only wants to repeal and replace Obamacare, but the other part of that is he wants to drive down premiums for all Americans,” said Meadows.
Paul Ryan also made an announcement about the bill. “We’re in the midst of negotiating sort of finishing touches, because our members want to make sure that we lower premiums,” said Ryan.