What the repeal of Obamacare will mean for Texas

It will be extremely difficult to devise a replacement for the Affordable Care Act that allows all of the newly insured to stay insured. The solution, says fellow Vivian Ho in an interview with Texas Monthly, is to fix the ACA — not throw it out. “The ACA is not perfect, and to expect it to be is asking too much," she says. She fears Texas' economy would be devastated if the law is repealed without a viable alternative. “Texans received billions of federal dollars under the ACA to get coverage. Without those revenues, hospitals and physicians will be forced to cut back services. We’ll go broke.” 

Read more in Texas Monthly's story on "The Faces of Obamacare": http://bit.ly/2kRHol7