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With GOP health plan pulled, parsing what’s next for the ACA in California




U.S. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan departs after delivering remarks at a press conference after President Trump's healthcare bill was pulled from the floor of the House of Representatives.
U.S. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan departs after delivering remarks at a press conference after President Trump's healthcare bill was pulled from the floor of the House of Representatives.
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After a contentious week in Washington, the retraction Friday of the GOP health bill left Republicans and Democrats wondering what’s next.

The clear answer? “Obamacare” is here to stay...for now.

The Trump Administration could still undermine the Affordable Care Act with changes to the insurance market. And what does this mean for the remaining problems with the ACA, such as increasing premiums? Libby Denkmann asks health care reporters what to expect with the ACA firmly in place.

Guests:

Chad Terhune, senior correspondent for Kaiser Health News’ California Healthline; he has been following the story; he tweets @chadterhune

Rebecca Plevin, KPCC health reporter; she has been following the story