White House rolls out ACA repeal website ahead of Senate vote

The White House launched a webpage Wednesday dedicated to repealing and replacing the ACA.

"The 2010 healthcare law has brought the American people rising premiums, unaffordable deductibles, fewer insurance choices and higher taxes," the website reads. "President Donald J. Trump promised to repeal and replace this disaster, and that is exactly what he is working with Congress to achieve."

The website currently includes a video featuring "Obamacare fails," as well as statistics about health insurance coverage and numbers of insurers on the exchanges in various states. While the site currently offers no information about the GOP replacement plan, it will host highlights of the Senate bill after it is released Thursday, Axios reported.  

 

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