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MIAMI (CBSMiami/AP) — Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is expected to release more details Tuesday on what he would do to replace President Barack Obama’s health care law during his campaign swing through New Hampshire.

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On Monday his campaign released a two-page proposal which would give more power to states to regulate health insurance. It, however, contained no specific details on how many people could be left without coverage.

The Bush campaign says the former Florida governor’s plan, in broad terms, would accomplish three goals: promote innovation, lower costs and return power to states.

In a statement, the Bush campaign slammed Obama’s health care law, saying it “epitomizes why Americans are fed up with Washington.”

Under Bush’s plan, individuals could get higher tax credits for purchasing health insurance and would be allowed higher contribution limits on health savings accounts for out-of-pocket expenses. He also would overhaul the regulations imposed by the Food and Drug Administration to help spur innovation in the health care industry and would put limits on malpractice lawsuits. And he would put caps on federal payments to states and create a “transition plan” for 17 million people “entangled” in Obama’s Affordable Care Act.

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Bush also proposes to limit the tax-free status of employer-provided health insurance, an idea labor unions fiercely oppose.

Polls show Bush attracting single-digit support in New Hampshire, where he’s trailing GOP rivals Donald Trump, Carly Fiorina and Ben Carson. Nationally, Bush is mired in the middle of the pack of Republican competitors.

Bush and his GOP presidential rivals are united in their calls for repealing the Affordable Care Act, but have been unable to find agreement on what should replace it.

Experts say any plan to repeal the federal mandates and reduce insurance subsidies under the current law would increase the number of uninsured.

The number of people without health insurance coverage declined to 33 million in 2014, down from 42 million in 2013, according to the latest Census figures.

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