Hadley Heath Manning of the Independent Women’s Forum says we all should focus on solving the problems of ObamaCare by pressuring Congress to pass real long-term fixes to its problems, not point political fingers.
“The best practical solution would be to remove some of the other regulations in ObamaCare that are actually responsible for high coverage costs,” Manning told me. “If lower income people were free to buy more basic plans, this would reduce insurance costs without the need for government subsidies. Competition would keep prices low.”
Let’s view President Trump’s executive orders as a kick in the rear of Congress to finally act on health care, and in a way that benefits consumers more than insurance companies.