Understanding Pending Proposals to Repeal the Affordable Care Act

Impact on Children and Families

Top Five Ways ACA Repeal and Medicaid Financing Changes Would Harm our Youngest Children (2/27/17)

Radically Restructuring Medicaid Would be Bad for Kids (2/24/17)

Nation’s Success in Covering Children is in Peril (2/24/17)

Complicated Cassidy-Collins Plan to Replace ACA Falls Short (1/25/17)

What Does President Trump’s Executive Order Mean for the Affordable Care Act? (1/23/17)

CBO: Repealing the ACA Increases Number of Uninsured (1/17/17)

What Does Senate Passage of the Budget Mean for Children and Families? (1/12/17)

ACA Repeal Would Lavish Medicare Tax Cuts on 400 Highest-Income Households (1/12/17)

Loss of Cost-Sharing Reductions in ACA Marketplace: Impact on Consumers and Insurer Participation (1/3/17)

New Study Finds Severe Consequences For Children And Families If ACA Is Repealed: The Number Of Uninsured Children And Parents Would More Than Double (12/22/16)

Covering Parents and Caregivers Helps Kids – Many Gained Health Coverage Through the ACA (12/14/16)

Top Five Threats to Child Welfare from ACA Repeal and Proposals to Alter Medicaid (12/13/16)

New Study Finds the Number of Uninsured Children Will More Than Double if the Affordable Care Act is Repealed (12/7/16)

Arizona’s Coverage for Children and Families is Especially Threatened by ACA Repeal with No Replace (12/5/16)

Trump Picks For HHS Signal Radical Restructuring of Medicaid Contemplated with Coverage for Millions of Children and Families at Risk (11/29/16)

What Does Repeal of the Affordable Care Act Mean for Children and Families? (11/18/16)

Shifting Cost to States

Reading the Fine Print: Do ACA Replacement Proposals Give States More Flexibility and Authority? (2/27/17)

TANF, CCDBG Demonstrate that Block Grants and Per-Capita Caps Won’t Work for Medicaid (2/16/17)

Affordable Care Act Repeal Efforts Would Impact State Laws, Too (2/10/17)

ACA Repeal Would Undermine Arkansas Education Goals (2/9/17)

Prior to the ACA, Where You Lived Determined How Accessible and Affordable Coverage Would Be (1/30/17)

Federal Medicaid Cuts Would Be a Double Whammy for Vulnerable Young Children in Texas (1/26/17)

Senators’ ACA Replacement Won’t Likely Give States, Patients the Choices They Seek (1/24/17)

Arkansas Will be Particularly Hard Hit by ACA Repeal (1/18/17)

Research Shows Fewer Jobs, Greater Financial Burden on Providers, States, & Local Governments if ACA Repealed (1/11/17)

The Return on Investment of Medicaid Expansion: Supporting Work and Health in Rural Ohio (1/10/17)

For Mental Health Services, Would ACA Repeal Turn ‘Warm Handoff’ into Cold Shoulder? (1/9/17)

50-State Report Examines Economic Repercussions of ACA Repeal (1/6/17)

ACA Repeal Without Replace: Can States Continue to Cover the Medicaid Expansion Population? (12/2/16)

The Future of Medicaid and CHIP

7 Questions Congress Should Answer Before Messing with Medicaid (3/2/17)

Congress Must Act Quickly on CHIP (2/17/17)

Cutting Medicaid Would Undermine Public School’s Efforts to Improve Student Success (2/15/17)

Medicaid Fulfills Crucial Role for Children with Special Health Care Needs Like My Daughter (1/26/17)

Research Documents Positive Impact of Medicaid Expansion  (1/24/17)

CCF Hosts Webinar on Medicaid and CHIP Financing (1/19/17)

How Should We Be Thinking About CHIP in the New World Order? (1/16/17)

The ACA Transformed Medicaid Enrollment Processes. Rolling Them Back Would Wreak Havoc. (1/4/17)

Repealing the ACA’s Medicaid Expansion: What’s at Risk (12/16/16)

What Could Reconciliation Mean for Medicaid: Reviewing HR 3762 (12/7/16)

Medicaid on the Chopping Block: Coverage for Millions at Stake (11/12/16)