Democrats and many media outlets are claiming that Republicans do not have a health care plan. This is unequivocally false. We have a solution, a bill with more than 500 pages of legislative text introduced in both the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. The Fair Care Act of 2020 (FCA) is based on years of research and provides answers to some of the most pressing health care concerns facing the nation.
At its core, the bill is simple. It would expand affordable coverage options for Americans and protect those who are most vulnerable, including those with preexisting conditions. The FCA would also redirect the enormous amount of resources currently flowing through insurance companies, employers, and the government to instead run through the patient, giving Americans the power to regain their sovereignty as health care consumers. Finally, the FCA would infuse the health care system with transparency, competition and innovation so individuals can shape a health care system that meets their needs.