WASHINGTON — Senate Republicans have issued a revised version of their health care bill. The changes include a penalty for people who let their insurance lapse.
Under the new package, people who lacked coverage for at least 63 days in the past year and then buy a policy would face a six-month delay before it takes effect.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell released his initial measure last week. It had no penalty for people who let their coverage expire.
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