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Yes, those are unlikely scenarios, but not out of the realm of possibility.
Otherwise, as I wrote last week, the Republicans have four paths: I’m honestly not sure which direction the GOP will take.
A legal fight between Congress and the White House began during the Obama administration, after Congress refused to appropriate money but Obama refunded insurers for those discounts anyway.
Trump has continued making the payments on a month-to-month basis, but the uncertainty around their future has caused insurers to raise their prices for next year.
“There will be some copying and pasting going on,” Banerjee said.
In any case, you’ll notice that “not do anything else on health care” is not among the four paths.
But I wonder, after so many failed attempts, if this is bluster.
Maybe, as Mc Connell says, Republicans will just move on to tax reform or other issues.
That would mean bolstering up a law that it has spent nine months trying to repeal, however.
Yesterday we mentioned a report from the credit agency S&P Global Ratings, which didn’t project a very positive outlook for states in the unlikely event that Graham-Cassidy becomes law.