The American Healthcare Act transfers power from Washington back to the American people. We restore state control of healthcare, so it can be designed for the families and communities in each state. We restore the free market, so Americans have a greater choice of products tailored again to what they need, what their family needs.
>> We are protecting those patients living with pre-existing conditions under our plan. We are not returning to the days of lifetime or annual limits. And we will continue to allow young adults to remain on their parents' policies until they reach the age of 26.>> This is Obamacare gone.
This is the first and most important step to giving relief to Americans.>> Facts are we've arrived to the scene of a pretty big wreck and we're trying to clean up the mess. And we don't intercede now, fewer people will have access to insurance, period. We're not kicking anybody off Medicaid that's on it today.
>> I don't want Americans to continue to struggle under the Obamacare taxes, which is why we are moving to repeal them as well as the subsidies.>> So what we're trying to do is what we pledged we would do, is not pull the rug out from anybody. Make sure there's a transition to a better way with more policies, more opportunities, and a more fair health system.