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Medical Breakthrough

National Review August 25, 2022
Health PolicyOther

Making conservative health reform popular

For a generation of Republican political candidates, Obamacare was a gift that kept on giving. The Democrats’ enactment of the Affordable Care Act in 2010 gave the GOP historic gains in that year’s midterms; its bungled implementation handed them the Senate in 2014; and soaring premiums helped Donald Trump capture the White House in 2016.

But the Trump administration fell well short of its promises to replace Obamacare with “something terrific,” and many Republicans have become wary of entering a complex policy minefield.

Continue reading the entire piece here at National Review

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Chris Pope is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute. Follow him on Twitter here.

Photo by gorodenkoff/iStock

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