Here is the TLDR of the Senate AHCA draft.
— Greg Sargent (@ThePlumLineGS) June 22, 2017
There are a lot of details that matter (I even like Sec. 102-b-1-B-II) but that is the fundamental difference.
CPI-U comes into play for Medicaid funding in FY 2025.
Per Capita Caps are in play for Medicaid
Enrollment caps for block grants for Medicaid are in play.
Old people in Alaska will be paying 16% of their income in premiums before receiving subsidy assistance.
Taxes are being cut massively with no incentive effect intentions.
There are massive work disincentives embedded in multiple spots throughout the bill
Deductibles are going up
Silver and Gold plans will be hideously priced and hyper narrow networks to dodge sick people
Section 1332 waiver protections are gutted
Any federal dollar can not be in the same zip code as a dollar that is used for abortion
New York is getting hit hard on both the Buffalo Kickback and the Basic Health Plan as immigration status is tightly defined.