Republicans in the House are moving forward with their health care bill, even as their counterparts in the Senate are urging them to wait until the Congressional Budget Office weighs in on how much the legislation might cost.
There will almost certainly be changes in the initial draft, but one current provision is directly at odds with California law.
Instead of the current subsidies that help low-income people buy insurance, the Republican plan offers tax credits. The current bill says those credits cannot be used to pay for plans that cover abortion. California law, however, requires all policies to do just that.
For more information, Take Two spoke to California Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones.