House Conservatives Unveil Plan to Replace Obamacare

House conservatives offered their plan Thursday for repealing President Barack Obama’s healthcare overhaul and replacing it with tax breaks and other changes.

But they’re divided over whether to replace Obamacare’s subsidies for lower-earning people should the Supreme Court annul them this month, underscoring potential problems ahead for the GOP.

The Republican Study Committee, which represents about 170 conservative GOP House members, would void Obama’s 2010 law and create new tax deductions, let small businesses create pools for buying coverage, make it harder to sue doctors and create a $15 billion fund for federal medical research.

The bill makes no mention of healthcare subsidies that millions of Americans get under Obama’s law.