ONEONTA — Let’s face it, you don’t understand all the nuances of Obamacare or the various Republican plans to replace it.
Don’t feel bad. Neither do we.
Like you, however, we can easily figure out that a Republican scheme that would take health insurance away from more than 20 million Americans over the next 10 years and remove $800 billion or so from Medicare funding isn’t going to be particularly popular.
That’s why only 12 percent of Americans support the GOP plan, according to the USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll released Friday. Read the full story at The Daily Star.