On its website, NBC News (9/11, Caldwell) reports that Sens. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Bill Cassidy (R-LA) are embarking on another effort to repeal the ACA, “preparing to offer legislation that would try to bridge one of the key dividing elements of an effort that has twice failed to pass the senate, according to a section-by-section analysis obtained by NBC News.” The article says it is too soon to determine if the proposal will garner enough support to be approved by either the House or the Senate, “or even if GOP leadership would take it up, but it’s a last-ditch effort.” The piece adds that the proposal seeks “to achieve parity in federal funding between states that expanded Medicaid and those that did not by 2026.”
It's not over until it's over. I don't know about you but the term last-ditch effort doesn't sound very promising. Stay tuned.