The American Healthcare Act, surely, could have been better. Now that the healthcare act has passed its first major hurdle, criticism, runs deep. We've spent hours analyzing the amendment package released Wednesday night; the bill itself, and other appropriate document files provided to The Daily News by Washington figure heads.
The Upton Amendment.
The Upton Amendment proposes that some $8billion be provided to states (for example) with people who fall into (let's call it for purposes of this article) Healthcare Class B. People in Healthcare Class B essentially who let their healthcare lapse for 63 calendar days or more, would by all accounts, have to pay much higher premiums than normal due to the lapse.
In the opening passage of the Upton Amendment "Financial ...