Friday, September 29, 2017

Rand Paul says Trump May Take Executive Action On Health Care — Next Week

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) this morning indicated President Donald Trump may soon be taking action on his own that may help consumers greatly in the health care arena.
On MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Paul said it was something he has already advocated to the president “on multiple occasions.” He explained that, as early as next week, Trump may announce that he is going to take action that will allow individuals to purchase insurance across state lines.
“I believe President Trump can legalize, on his own, the ability of individuals to join a group or health association across state lines to buy insurance,”
WATCH ABOVE: Rand Paul making the same claim
 on Fox & Friends
Co-host Willie Geist immediately asked if this was an Executive Order Paul was advocating, which Republicans have typically opposed, depending on the party of the president occupying the White House.
The senator indicated that it would not be an executive order, but a “reinterpretation of existing law with a more expansive definition of who can form an association.”
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1 comment:

cimbri said...

Better hope so. Right now Cruz and Paul are being lumped in with the RINOS. If the ACA survives, it will be Paul and Cruz's legacy.