Well, maybe now they can roll up their sleeves and get to work with the Democrats to find a way to make Obamacare better and also sustainable without beggaring the US. I'm sure the country that put a man on the moon can figure out how to fix healthcare.
No matter what happens we will not get rid of this tax called Obama care or the Affordable care act that is anything but affordable. We need to get the government and lawyers out of this act and actually let medical doctors figure it out. As long as the government, healthcare companies and drug companies have a say in it is will be broken and not affordable to anyone. Plus we need to make sure that Congress is covered in it and not on their premium tax player funded health care anymore.
Oh, I agree that Congress needs to be covered by whatever monster they create. Of course, we are talking about the very Congress that for decades has been righting in loopholes to the tax code designed specifically for members of Congress so the can evade paying taxes. We fought a war for independence because of taxation without representation and now we have representation without taxation. Ya gotta love the irony in that.
President Donald Trump took his first steps Thursday toward fulfilling his vow to dismantle Obamacare, signing an executive order that he says will bring affordable health insurance to millions more people.
The order broadly tasks the administration with developing policies to increase health care competition and choice in order to improve the quality of health care and lower prices.
However, it could also destabilize Obamacare by siphoning out younger and healthier Americans from the exchanges. Source 7j.
President Donald Trump plans to end the cost-sharing subsidies that have helped some lower-income Americans purchase health insurance on the Obamacare marketplace, the White House announced Thursday.
The subsidies have required a monthly payment approved by Trump, which until now have gone forward. The White House has said it would consider each month's payment on an individual basis.
The move has the potential to dramatically increase costs for some Obamacare customers. It's the latest step taken by Trump to dismantle aspects of the signature health law signed by his predecessor.
Earlier Thursday, the President signed an executive order that broadly tasks the administration with developing policies to increase health care competition and choice in order to improve the quality of health care and lower prices. However, it could also destabilize Obamacare by siphoning off younger and healthier Americans from the exchanges. Source 9k.
Trump proposes clawing back $15 billion in federal spending, hits children's insurance. President Trump proposes canceling billions in federal spending, relying on a rarely used budget maneuver to ease deficit concerns raised by conservative Republicans. Source 1v.