How to make sure your healthcare coverage doesn’t go broke

Senate Democrats have introduced a bill that would help cover those who lose their health insurance during the shutdown.

The American Health Care Act (AHCA), which would create a national health care program that would cover millions of people in a variety of situations, is a direct response to the shutdown, which began on Oct. 1.

But the bill, which the Senate is scheduled to vote on on Tuesday, does not include much that the House did during its own shutdown.

It has more provisions in it than the House bill did.

Here’s what you need to know about AHCA and the GOP health care bill.

AHCA will cover a lot more people than House Republicans did during the Obamacare shutdown, and the House version of the bill did a better job of covering the uninsured.

But it would have created a system that’s not comparable to Obamacare.

It does not provide universal coverage to people who don’t have a preexisting condition.

There are provisions in the AHCA that cover those people.

And it has provisions that cover people who are covered by Medicare or Medicaid, but it doesn’t cover everyone.

The AHCA would have also raised premiums by billions of dollars.

The Senate bill will help cover millions more people, but that’s only part of the story.

What the Senate version of AHCA doesn’t do is expand the pool of people eligible for insurance coverage.

It only includes people who can be eligible for Medicaid, Medicare, the Children’s Health Insurance Program, and state and local insurance plans.

It doesn’t include the people who qualify for Medicaid or Medicare, and it doesn