White House Releases Health Report
Findings say Trump Administration changes have not hurt program
On Friday, the Council of Economic Advisers issued their report on the American Healthcare system and the effects of the 2018 midterm election. The report focuses on three large changes under the president's administration that affect the Affordable Care Act. They are the repeal of the law’s fines on uninsured Americans, “association health plans” for small businesses, and low-cost short-term health insurance that has limited coverage.
The report says, “These reforms do not ‘sabotage’ the ACA but rather provide a more efficient focus of tax-funded care to those in need.” Currently, the House is working towards rolling back President Trump’s changes that they argue undermine the strength of the healthcare law.
- For the Council of Economic Advisers to accurately give information to the President.
- For President Trump to set policies to improve the health of Americans
- For Congress to be used by God to create laws that will protect the health of Americans.