On the AHCA vote and the future of American health care

U.S. President Donald Trump congratulates House Speaker Paul Ryan

Matthew Fiedler, fellow with the Center for Health Policy in Economic Studies, responds to the House narrowly passing the AHCA and reviews how the act would affect the American health care system if it ultimately becomes law.

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