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True or False: The AHCA is the only part of the GOP health care reform plan. *


 
Not really. It is a three part process that includes the AHCA along with administrative  actions implemented by HHS Secretary Tom Price and additional pieces of legislation passed through the House and Senate.

 
Correct! The GOP health care reform plan is actually one step in a three part process that includes the AHCA along with administrative actions implemented by HHS Secretary Tom Price and additional pieces of legislation passed through the House and Senate.

 
True or False: The AHCA dismantles Obamacare taxes. *


 
That’s right! The AHCA dismantles Obamacare taxes that have hurt job creators, increased premium costs, and limited options for patients and health care providers—including taxes on prescription drugs, over-the-counter medications, health-insurance premiums, and medical devices.

 
Incorrect: Actually, the AHCA DOES dismantle Obamacare taxes that have hurt job creators, increased premium costs, and limited options for patients and health care providers—including taxes on prescription drugs, over-the-counter medications, health-insurance premiums, and medical devices.

 
True or False: The AHCA keeps Obamacare’s individual and employer mandate penalties. *


 
Actually no. The AHCA eliminates the individual and employer mandate penalties, which forced millions of workers, families, and job creators into expensive, inadequate Obamacare plans that they didn’t want and cannot afford.

 
Correct!  The AHCA eliminates the individual and employer mandate penalties, which forced millions of workers, families, and job creators into expensive, inadequate Obamacare plans that they didn’t want and cannot afford.

 
The AHCA does not protect those with pre-existing conditions. *


 
That’s incorrect. One of the cornerstones of the bill is protecting those most vulnerable. Because of this, the AHCA prohibits health insurers from denying coverage or charging more money to patients based on pre-existing conditions AND helps young adults access health insurance and stabilizes the marketplace by allowing dependents to continue on their parents’ plan until they are 26.

 
Absolutely! One of the cornerstones of the bill is protecting those most vulnerable. Because of this, the AHCA prohibits health insurers from denying coverage or charging more money to patients based on pre-existing conditions AND helps young adults access health insurance and stabilizes the marketplace by allowing dependents to continue on their parents’ plan until they are 26.

 
True or False: The AHCA nearly doubles the amount of money people can contribute to their HSAs and broadens how people can use it. *


 
Correct! The AHCA empowers individuals and families to spend their health care dollars the way they want and need by enhancing and expanding Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)—nearly doubling the amount of money people can contribute and broadening how people can use it.

 
Incorrect. Actually, the AHCA empowers individuals and families to spend their health care dollars the way they want and need by enhancing and expanding Health Savings Accounts (HSAs)—nearly doubling the amount of money people can contribute and broadening how people can use it.

 
True or False: The AHCA will provide a monthly tax credit for low- and middle-income individuals and families who don’t receive insurance through work or a government program. *


 
Correct: Our plan helps Americans access affordable, quality health care by providing a monthly tax credit—between $2,000 and $14,000 a year—for low- and middle-income individuals and families who don’t receive insurance through work or a government program.

 
That’s incorrect. The AHCA helps Americans access affordable, quality health care by providing a monthly tax credit—between $2,000 and $14,000 a year—for low- and middle-income individuals and families who don’t receive insurance through work or a government program.

 
True or False: The AHCA reverses Obamacare's decision to keep dependents on their parents' health insurance until 26. *


 
That's incorrect. Our plan helps young adults access health insurance and stabilize the marketplace by allowing dependents to continue staying on their parents’ plan until they are 26.

 
Correct! Our plan helps young adults access health insurance and stabilize the marketplace by allowing dependents to continue staying on their parents’ plan until they are 26.

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