Senate Republicans late Sunday released a revised Graham-Cassidy health care bill which leaves much the same but also includes some significant changes.
Although 2018 would be without individual market stabilization funding in the new proposal, the government would fund $10 billion in 2019 and $15 billion in 2020.
A separate Health Affairs post reports the new bill, in line with previous Republican proposals, still keeps federal money out of insurance plans which cover abortions.
The bill would reportedly “phase out” ACA subsidies which support low- and middle-class income Americans’ efforts to purchase their own health plans. The subsidies would still exist through 2019, but there would be strict enforcement to see they stay out of plans which include abortion coverage.