“The competition will be staggering,” Trump said before signing the order. “Insurance companies will be fighting to get every single person signed up, and you will be hopefully negotiating, negotiating, negotiating, and you’ll get such low prices for such great care.”
“Should have been done a long time ago, and it could have been done a long time ago,” he said.
Trump’s executive order primarily does three things:
- Allows more small businesses to form associations to buy insurance plans, with the goal of creating more competition and expanding options across state lines.\
- Reviews establishment of “short-term limited duration insurance,” which would not be subject to Obamacare’s expensive and comprehensive coverage regulations.
- Makes it easier for businesses to offer health reimbursement accounts, to allow more employees of small businesses to get coverage through work.
“President Trump is doing what I believe is the biggest free-market reform of health care in a generation. This reform, if it works and goes as planned, will allow millions of people to...Read More HERE