The Washington Times -- Stephen Dinan
That’s not good enough for immigration crackdown groups. They say Republicans should demand more details in the bill rather than leaving enforcement to departments that in four years could be in the administration of someone other than President Trump.
“Even though that law nominally makes illegal aliens ineligible for health insurance subsidies, the verification system fails to identify and exclude illegal applicants,” said Roy Beck, president of NumbersUSA, which wants stricter limits on immigration and has come out in opposition to the American Health Care Act.
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Updated: Mon, Sep 11th 2017 @ 1:50pm EDT