In a huge win for the President, a federal judge upheld the Trump administration’s expansion of short-term health insurance, which offers Americans a more affordable alternative to high-cost Obamacare plans.
The Trump administration’s rule allowed Americans to purchase short-term plans for up to 364 days and renew the plans for up to three years. The Obama administration made this difficult in order to encourage the purchase of Obamacare.
Many states have gone out of their way to make the purchase of short term plans almost impossible.
Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) called the President’s executive order expanding access to short term coverage plans “the biggest free-market reform of health care in a generation.”
The Trump administration also recently expanded health reimbursement accounts (HRAs), which will help small and medium-sized businesses offer health insurance to their employees.
It’s clear the Democratic Party doesn’t care about insuring all Americans as they claim, but protecting the ‘legacy’ of Obama– if you can even call it that.
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