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A look at some of the changes in latest GOP health care bill

 


WASHINGTON (AP) — The latest changes to the Senate Republican health care bill are geared to increasing access to bare-bones private insurance. There's also an additional $45 billion to help states confronting the opioid epidemic.

But Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., would keep in place Medicaid cuts that GOP governors and Senate moderates have objected to. No Democrats are supporting the plan.

A look at some of the latest changes:

— A major change to health savings accounts would allow consumers to use the tax-sheltered arrangements to also pay for health insurance premiu...



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