Health and Human Services Sec. Tom Price speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington in January joined by House Speaker Paul Ryan, a Wisconsin Republican, at his right. Ryan and Price support the American Health Care Act, part of the Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. This week, the AARP, the lobbying group for older Americans, said that the AHCA would force 450,000 Floridians ages 50- to 64-years-old to pay more in premiums for health insurance.
Health and Human Services Sec. Tom Price speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington in January joined by House Speaker Paul Ryan, a Wisconsin Republican, at his right. Ryan and Price support the American Health Care Act, part of the Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. This week, the AARP, the lobbying group for older Americans, said that the AHCA would force 450,000 Floridians ages 50- to 64-years-old to pay more in premiums for health insurance. J. Scott Applewhite AP
Health and Human Services Sec. Tom Price speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington in January joined by House Speaker Paul Ryan, a Wisconsin Republican, at his right. Ryan and Price support the American Health Care Act, part of the Republican plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. This week, the AARP, the lobbying group for older Americans, said that the AHCA would force 450,000 Floridians ages 50- to 64-years-old to pay more in premiums for health insurance. J. Scott Applewhite AP

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