We analyze the new Republican health care bill unveiled by the Senate. STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: And NPR's Alison Kodjak, who covers health policy and is covering this legislation, is in our studios once again. Alison, what did you hear there that was significant? ALISON KODJAK, BYLINE: You know, what I heard was a really interesting sort of conciliation language. You don't hear a lot of Republicans or Democrats talking about working together.
RACHEL MARTIN, HOST: And we're going to dig into the new Senate health care bill this morning. STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: So much to discuss. Republicans released their version of the replacement of the Affordable Care Act. And here's a remarkable fact. Obamacare provided health insurance subsidies through tax credits. That was the basic idea. After years and years of political combat, the House replacement does the same thing.
The legislation Senate Republicans are releasing is expected to track the House version that was passed last month. Negotiations have been going on in secret. STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: And NPR's Alison Kodjak, who covers health policy issues and is covering this bill, has been listening in with us. And she's on the line. Alison, what did you hear that was significant there? ALISON KODJAK, BYLINE: Hi, Steve.
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