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In Connecticut, as many as 248,000 people could be without insurance by 2019, according to a fact sheet released by the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, a nonpartisan research institute. During his presidential campaign, Trump vaguely promised to replace Obamacare with "something terrific". "I have said since 2014 I will never vote for repeal until a replacement is ready to go".

And Mitchell says defenders of the law are using scare tactics.

"We have to get to business". The Republican-led Senate is poised to take a step forward on dismantling President Barack Obama's health care law despite anxiety among some GOP senators that they still haven't come up with an alternative. It isn't clear when that will happen. Democrats are trying to capitalize on the GOP's lack of replacement legislation, which has unsettled some Republican senators who worry about yanking health coverage from millions of voters without a substitute.

Despite the uncertainty, there are some ideas about what a replacement healthcare plan could involve, said John Thomas, a law professor at Quinnipiac University who specializes in health law.

Roughly 20 million people have received healthcare coverage under President Obama's signature healthcare law.

Under the ACA, states had the option of expanding Medicaid to all Americans under age 65 whose family income is at or below 133 percent of federal poverty guidelines.

Georgia is one of 19 states that has not expanded Medicaid.

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"The only chance of not going over that cliff depends on opponents of the law doing in the next two years what they haven't done in the past six", Burwell said.

Indeed, according to the report, repeal would cost CT $866 million in Medicaid funding in 2019 and $10.5 billion between 2019 and 2028. This is either because they couldn't afford comprehensive coverage without the health care law's tax credits, or because they have pre-existing medical conditions that insurers could refuse to cover in the absence of the law's regulations. Lawmakers have until January 27 to write a repeal bill, which could include replacement legislation.

Asked about premium increases, Aron-Dine said the rate hikes were necessary to bring premiums in line with costs.

She said even supporters agree that the ACA "isn't the end-all be-all" and needs reworking.

Individual care aside, Fazen says many mid-size and smaller companies in Texas hope a Trump administration eliminates the employer mandate.

New Mexicans can share their health care stories here. We all know someone who could be given the boot. Let us see what we getting this time.

Ryan said on Tuesday that lawmakers would pass whatever replacement plan provisions they can along with the repeal, and do the rest of Obamacare replacement in other legislation.