Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) discussed a plan to replace the Affordable Care Act in a CNN interview on Sunday.
Paul was the only Republican to vote against the Congressional resolution to repeal the Act, widely known as Obamacare. He said he did so because the attached budget bill approved huge budget deficits, and he insisted that repealing the bill without a replacement plan was unwise.
His plan revealed Sunday focuses on states, rather than the federal government, controlling insurance regulations.
Here's a general overview from Paul.
WATCH | Paul explains the gist of his plan.
One of his primary goals was reducing cost.
Part of that would come from revising who is in control of Medicaid.
Here are a few more details.
Paul initially teased the bill on Saturday.
He insisted the ACA had to be replaced the day it was repealed.
Paul also weighed in on the ongoing feud between Trump and Rep. John Lewis.