Republican Study Committee

The House Republican repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) appears to be in trouble, and it’s a good thing: it ends Medicaid
You still pay a penalty if you don't buy insurance under the Republican plan.
Republicans are proposing to replace tax credits that subsidize health insurance with different tax credits that subsidize health insurance.
A proposal so terrific, hardly anyone is allowed to see it.
Sen. Lamar Alexander, who chairs the health committee, wants to let skimpy insurance back on the market.
Last month, Rep. Steve Scalise (R-La.), the head of the RSC, announced he had fired Teller because he no longer had the "trust
If we can identify which members of Congress attended certain meetings, we can ask them about their interest in cutting wasteful fossil fuel subsidies first, given they are far larger than the cost of policies that support the growth of new clean energy sources.
Invite to the meeting, provided by the RSC to The Huffington Post: Teller also told The Huffington Post that the relationship