Tag Archives: reconciliation

Repeal and replace: The chaotic Senate approach

Joanne Kenen

About Joanne Kenen

Joanne Kenen, (@JoanneKenen) the health editor at Politico, is AHCJ’s topic leader on health reform and curates related material at healthjournalism.org. She welcomes questions and suggestions on health reform resources and tip sheets at joanne@healthjournalism.org. Follow her on Facebook.

Photo: William Allen via Flickr

Confused about which bill the Senate is going to take up to begin its ACA repeal debate?

So is the Senate.

Remember the grief Nancy Pelosi took for saying, “we have to pass the bill so that you can find out what’s in it” during the Affordable Care Act debate? Continue reading

Repeal and reconciliation: Understand bewildering D.C. budget lingo, process

Joanne Kenen

About Joanne Kenen

Joanne Kenen, (@JoanneKenen) the health editor at Politico, is AHCJ’s topic leader on health reform and curates related material at healthjournalism.org. She welcomes questions and suggestions on health reform resources and tip sheets at joanne@healthjournalism.org. Follow her on Facebook.

us-capitolWe all understand what “repeal” means. But what does a nice-sounding word like “reconciliation” have to do with unraveling the Affordable Care Act?

The repeal process is underway – the Republican-controlled Congress got to work even before President-elect Donald Trump took office. Continue reading