“What we've done with Obamacare is have a step in the right direction, but we're far from having something that's going to work forever,” Reid said on “Nevada Week in Review.”
According to Harder, Inhofe's current insurance plan is with the Mail Handlers Benefits Program, one of the options available to federal employees, whose premiums are subsidized by taxpayers.
Inhofe will have to give up that policy because it is not offered in the exchange from which members of Congress have to buy their plans.
However, he will still have private insurance. At 78, he is old enough for Medicare, which is a single-payer system, but he has chosen to have an employer-based policy as his primary insurance.