The Senate GOP will need to produce a bill that can claim to have significantly changed Obamacare, achieve at least the same amount of cost savings as the House bill did through the budgetary reconciliation process, and that will be able to garner support in both the Senate and the House. The Senate will also need to fix the simple fact that the age-adjusted, fixed-dollar tax credits to subsidize insurance coverage in the AHCA are too simple and insensitive to the income-related health needs of lower income Americans.
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