ACA replacement might not be ready until 2018

That directly contradicts House Speaker Paul D. Ryan's plans.

"I'm an independent who voted for you", said one 21-year-old constituent with a heart condition, according to the Times.

Trump told Fox News that it could take until 2018 to roll out his proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act, more commonly known as Obamacare.

Trump on Sunday, though, acknowledged that the work to replace ObamaCare is "very complicated".

"It statutorily takes a while to get". And given that the initial cost of IUD insertion can be anywhere from $500 and $1,000, it's no surprise that women were rushing to get them while they were still covered by their health insurance plans.

"We're going to be submitting, as soon as our secretary is approved, nearly simultaneously, shortly thereafter, a plan", Trump said in January.

However, the Congressional Budget Office noted that repealing Obamacare without any concrete substitute plans could leave more than 30 million Americans uninsured by 2026.

"I would like to say by the end of the year, at least the rudiments", he said.

Send a check in 2017 from the federal treasury to each of the 50 states equal to that subsidy paid in 2016 to support the Affordable Care Act. But for those with pre-existing conditions, it could be worse.

The remaining states run their own health care exchanges. "When your head hits the pillow, do you ever say to yourself, I can't believe I am here?"

"What's great is that all of my birth control is covered, without it I would pay $331 and I can't afford that", said the senior public relations major.

Health care is a right, not a privilege.

He said that the Trump administration remains committed to eliminating some of the worst features of the health care law, such as the individual mandate, taxes and penalties. Federal figures Wednesday showed 352,282 Georgians had enrolled in a 2017 health plan in the insurance exchange through December 19, slightly above the 345,736 figure from a year before.