OK, the Trump campaign said the first act in office would be the repeal of the Affordable Care Act.  The Republicans, which have since day one asked for its removal, lined up behind this.

Then reality set in and they decided to determine what a replacement would look like…and they don’t know.  And they still don’t know.  And they’re still discussing it.  In the meantime, there is a lot of jockeying for position.  What the administration did do was issue an Executive Order that suspended enforcement activity (the mandates) and now the debate is over the subsidies.  The most recent notice is from new HHS Secretary Tom Price who said this will require an additional “three months to come to a resolution”.