Major Considerations for Repealing and Replacing the ACA

The Kaiser Family Foundation and the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget held a public forum to discuss the process and implications of repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act. The discussion covered the implications of using the budget reconciliation process to repeal the ACA, and what an ACA replacement could mean for health insurance coverage and costs.

Speakers included:

  • Drew Altman, Kaiser Family Foundation (introductory remarks)
  • Maya MacGuineas, Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget (introductory remarks)
  • Joseph Antos, American Enterprise Institute
  • Stephanie Carlton, McKinsey & Company; former adviser, Jeb Bush 2016 campaign
  • Elizabeth Fowler, Johnson & Johnson
  • Bill Hoagland, Bipartisan Policy Center
  • Chris Jennings, Jennings Policy Strategies
  • Peter Lee, Covered California
  • Harold Pollack, University of Chicago; Nonresident Fellow, Century Foundation
  • Avik Roy, Foundation for Research on Equal Opportunity
  • Marc Goldwein, Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget (moderator)
  • Larry Levitt, Kaiser Family Foundation (moderator)


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