The longtime GOP mantra for the Affordable Care Act was “repeal and replace."Now, the same Republican leaders are using the term "repair” to describe their approach to the health care law.
The shift happened for a few reasons: Because Republicans do not have 60 votes in the Senate, they cannot repeal every word of the health care law. It also recognizes, from a policy standpoint, that a wholesale repeal may not be possible.
Republicans have struggled to present a plan to preserve access to coverage for millions of Americans who gained it under the ACA, especially those with lower incomes. Read more
President Trump and current House Speaker Paul Ryan are running into the same problem.
NPR’s Susan Davis reports that the long-promised Republican bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, has been delayed. It was supposed to get a vote Thursday night, but it has been running into trouble — from both the right and the center.
Body horror film Replace will have its US premiere it the LA Film Festival on June 16. It recently had its world premiere at Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival, where it was nominated for Best European Fantasy Film.
Replace is directed by Norbert Keil, who co-wrote the script Richard Stanley (Hardware). Rebecca Forsythe (daughter of William Forsythe), Lucie Aron (Stations of the Cross), and Barbara Crampton (Re-Animator) star.
The Cronenbergian trailer and synopsis can be found below.