Congress is quickly moving forward to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The Senate has already voted on a budget that allows for repeal without the threat of a filibuster.
Yet, there is debate surrounding what policies should and will replace the ACA, along with uncertainty about the logistics of a repeal-then-replace strategy.
Join Alice Rivlin, a CED Member and Founding Director of the Congressional Budget Office, as she looks at the future of U.S. health care policy. Ms. Rivlin (of the bipartisan Domenici-Rivlin budget and tax reform proposal) will consider not only the budget and policy implications of the likely repeal and replace legislation, but the political prospects as well.