The republicans have been trying to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act ever since it was passed. Paul Ryan, who is the current Speaker Of The House, is one of the many republicans who has developed a plan to replace the Affordable Care Act. He has stated that the Affordable Care Act has caused the cost of healthcare to increase. He has also stated that it fuels waste, fraud and abuse.
While Paul Ryan wants to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, there are some parts of it that he wants to keep. For example, he has stated that the republican plan will ensure that people who have a pre-existing condition will be able to get insurance. The plan will also allow for people to stay on their parents plan until they are 26-years-old.
Not only do the republicans want to replace the Affordable Care Act, but they also want to raise the Medicare age from 65 to 67. They are also in favor of getting rid of Medicare and replacing it with a fully-competitive, market-based model.
However, many people do not agree with this. They believe that Medicare should be expanded in order to ensure that seniors have access to high-quality healthcare.