Health care is one of the few areas where Republicans are trying to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
They want to replace it with a government-run insurance program for people without employer-provided insurance and are targeting Medicare.
The House bill includes provisions that would allow states to opt out of a federal program that covers nearly all Americans with private health insurance, or a tax credit to help low-income Americans pay for their own insurance, though those would only be available to people who earn less than 200 percent of the poverty line.
The Senate version would also allow states that don’t have health insurance exchanges to set up their own marketplaces and offer subsidies to help people buy insurance on their own.
The Trump administration has pushed for states to start expanding Medicaid coverage, a program for the poor that is also known as the Children’s Health Insurance Program.
This year, states have received about $1.3 billion in federal funds to expand coverage under Medicaid, a portion of which has been directed to expand Medicaid coverage to children and people with disabilities.
Republicans have said this is a necessary first step, and they say they are committed to expanding Medicaid to all Americans.
However, Trump has said he would like to see states expand Medicaid eligibility to include adults and people on Medicare.
Trump has also called for states that have expanded Medicaid to start getting reimbursed more for the cost of covering the people who use Medicaid.
The Senate version of the health care bill would let states opt out and charge older people more for coverage.
That would result in higher premiums for those who are younger and sicker.
However, Trump said during a March interview with Fox News that he wants states to decide what is a fair price to pay for health care, rather than the federal government.
This story has been updated to include comments from a White House official.