U.S. Senate Republicans are trying for the third time to pass a bill that would repeal the Affordable Care Act, but the Graham-Cassidy bill is being met with opposition in New York State. Governor Cuomo this week said the bill would cause major problems for the state's budget, and members of the Health Care Association of New York State agree. They say that replacing Medicaid tax credits with state block grants would take more than 18-billion dollars in federal funding away from the state over the next ten years. The association's president, Bea Grause, explains.