President Trump About to Get Rid Of Obamacare, Signing Executive Order Tomorrow


As it was reported, President Trump will sign an executive order pointed at taking action on health care, or as the White House said it, “to promote health care choice and competition”, after Congress’s failure to repeal ObamaCare.

The order would ease rules on small businesses banding collectively to buy health insurance, also known as association health plans, and lift Obama administration limits on short-term health insurance plans.

As per The Hill, the order will direct the Department of Labor to “modernize” laws to allow small employers to form association health plans. Small businesses will be able to band collectively if they are within the same state, in the same “line of business,” or are in the same trade association.

Andy Slavitt, who ran Medicare, Medicaid, and Obamacare under Obama, was not happy with this and took to Twitter to make it clear:

Liberals are worried that the order will undermine the stability of ObamaCare markets because healthy people will be attracted to the cheaper, new association health plans, which do not have the same protections, leaving only sicker people remaining in ObamaCare plans. Still, it does not seem that individuals will be eligible to join the association health plans, which would be a more sweeping move.

According to the source, administration officials did not discuss individuals joining the association health plans, only referring to small businesses being able to join.

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Posted by Daily Conservatives on Wednesday, October 11, 2017