On the new amendment to the AHCA

Signs directing patients and staff are shown at the newly constructed Kaiser Permanente San Diego Medical Center hospital

Matthew Fiedler, fellow with the Center for Health Policy, breaks down the new amendment to the AHCA eliminating the community rating requirement and the position this places states in reforming health care.

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