President Donald Trump said his administration’s actions on healthcare, vintage just a girl who loves motorcycles and has tattoos poster such as eliminating the individual mandate and allowing skimpy “short-term plans,” are gradually chipping away at the Affordable Care Act.
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342,000 healthcare enrollees since Open Enrollment began November 1. That’s a 7 percent increase compared to the same time last year. vintage just a girl who loves motorcycles and has tattoos poster The director of the Idaho Department of Insurance says the plan is necessary to make cheaper insurance available to more people. But the legality of the measure is being questioned by healthcare experts. Idaho revealed a plan Wednesday that would allow the sale of health insurance that does not meet the consumer protections established under the Affordable Care Act. It’s the first state to do so without prior federal approval. Blue Cross of Idaho is the first insurer to file health plans under a controversial Idaho executive order
allowing insurance companies to sell plans that don’t meet the requirements of the Affordable Care Act. “We’ll be looking at that very carefully and measure it up against the standards of the law,” he said. Azar also said he believes that the plans are a “cry for help” for more affordable coverage. For the first time, the Internal Revenue Service is sending notices to hundreds of companies that have violated the Affordable Care Act’s provision requiring they provide health coverage for their employees. Four democratic members of the congressional committee that oversees healthcare have sent a letter to Idaho Insurance Commissioner Dean Cameron about the state’s intention to sell health plans that fall short of Affordable Care Act regulations. “I think we may be better off the way we’re doing it, piece by piece, Obamacare is just being wiped out. The individual mandate essentially wipes it out, so I think we may be better off. And people are getting great healthcare plans, and we’re not finished yet,” Trump said.