By now, most of you are aware that the United States is embroiled in an increasingly bitter political debate over the future of its healthcare system.
As the most populous nation in the world, the US has become increasingly dependent on the European Union and the rest of the world for its healthcare, as well as for a large portion of its economy.
And the debate is playing out in Washington.
The Washington Post reported this week that the US Senate is set to vote this week on whether or not to repeal the Affordable Care Act, or Obamacare.
The vote is expected to pass.
As a result, the president has declared war on the Affordable Health Care Act.
The bill is called the American Health Care Freedom Act.
And it is a bill that has been crafted by Republican Senators Mike Lee, Bill Cassidy, Rand Paul and Mike Rounds, who together have proposed a bill to repeal and replace the ACA.
It would repeal the individual mandate, which requires Americans to have health insurance or pay a fine.
It also would allow states to opt out of a number of provisions of the ACA, such as allowing Medicaid to cover more people with pre-existing conditions.
It would also allow states the power to decide how much of the healthcare dollars should be used for public safety and healthcare, and to create a health savings account, which is one of the main sources of money for the healthcare program.
The bill would also increase the federal deficit by $2 trillion over the next 10 years.
This is because of the cost of covering the entire population of the United Kingdom.
This week, Senator Lee announced that he would not be voting for the bill.
The Utah Republican said that while he is supportive of health care reform, he was concerned about how the bill would affect the economy and people’s ability to afford healthcare.
“It will affect the health care costs, it will affect our economy, and it will hurt the people of Utah, and we need to be careful about that,” Lee said.
The legislation is now headed to the House of Representatives, where the Republican majority is likely to be significantly more conservative than the Democratic majority.
The Congressional Budget Office has estimated that repealing and replacing the ACA would cost the US economy an extra $7,200 for every person it serves.
The CBO also estimates that the bill will lead to higher health care premiums and more out-of-pocket costs.
In addition, the CBO says that the repeal would increase the uninsured rate by about 1.5 million people, which would have a negative effect on the economy.
Lee said the bill is not going to have an effect on health care for the average American.
“I don’t think it’s going to do anything to help average people,” he said.
“And I think it will have a significant negative effect.
So I don’t want to do that. I don