3-14 NWR New Healthcare
President Trump called on Congress to "act decisively" to rescue Americans from this failing law, and House Republicans are answering his call. More than eight months ago, we outlined our vision for repealing and replacing Obamacare in A Better Way. Since then, we have been talking with our constituents and colleagues about how to turn these solutions into policies that will improve lives.
Now, House Republicans are moving forward with fiscally responsible legislation to deliver relief from Obamacare's taxes and mandates and lay the groundwork for a 21st century health care system.
Specifically, the primary Committees with jurisdiction over health care—Ways and Means and Energy and Commerce—have released legislation that not only repeals the law, but replaces it with reforms President Trump laid out.
Elsewhere, agri-pulse.com is telling us a new battle is brewing in Congress over ways to push unemployed, work-capable food stamp recipients into jobs. Senate Agriculture Chairman Pat Roberts, R-Kan., assured hundreds of anti-hunger activists on Tuesday that he would oppose any attempt to give states control of the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program by converting it into block grants. But he also warned that some reforms to SNAP will have to be made in order to get a new farm bill passed.