Diana Furchtgott-Roth: Trump’s Obamacare replacement has these six improvements

The Republican House health-insurance reform bill would replace Obamacare with a more consumer-driven system. Rather than having many provisions take effect in 2020, Congress should pass it soon and make it effective next year. But it is getting attacked from both the right and the left.

Republican Sen. Mike Lee of Utah said: “This is not the Obamacare repeal bill we’ve been waiting for. It is a missed opportunity and a step in the wrong direction.” Lee and other Republicans are criticizing the bill because it keeps some provisions of Obamacare and provides tax credits for the purchase of health insurance, which they call a new entitlement.

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