Trump clears way for ObamaCare 'alternatives' in new executive order, goes around stalled Congress
Thursday, 12 October 2017 () The White House announced Thursday that President Trump is taking executive action on health care as Congress stalls on efforts to overhaul ObamaCare, calling for a plan that could let employers band together and offer coverage across state lines.
In a new interview with Forbes, Donald Trump pinned any problems with the Affordable Care Act squarely on former President Barack Obama's shoulders. Trump explained, "I mean the insurance companies are fleeing and have fled. They fled before I got here. But with that being said, no, Obamacare is...
An executive order could allow insurers to offer less-than-full medical coverage, which are likely to draw healthier Americans from more expensive plans that... Christian Science Monitor - USAlso reported by •newKerala.com
Yesterday, Thursday, October 12th, on the heels of the recent and repeated failures to repeal and replace the ACA, President Donald Trump signed an executive... Mondaq - LegalAlso reported by •Independent