The House's Obamacare repeal bill unveiled Monday would offer less generous insurance tax credits and phase out the law's Medicaid expansion while striking its unpopular individual mandate penalty.
The House plan calls for age-based tax credits ranging from $2,000 to $4,000, replacing the Affordable Care Act's income-based subsidies. Credits for a single household would be limited at $14,000. Subsidies would be phased out for individuals earning $75,000 and at $150,000 for families.
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