Mulvaney guarantees Americans covered by Obama health care law won't lose coverage

Alicia Farmer
April 1, 2019

On this weekend's broadcast of "Fox News Sunday", host Chris Wallace decried White House counselor Kellyanne Conway President Donald Trump claim that special counsel Robert Mueller's report totally exonerated him, adding that it was "not true". From ALReporter.com: An additional 942,000 non-elderly Alabamians have pre-existing conditions and could be denied coverage without the law's pre-existing conditions protections. "Let's talk about pre-existing conditions, because it gets a lot of the attention and rightly so".

U.S. District Judge Reed O'Connor ruled past year that Obamacare is no longer constitutional because the tax reform - as enacted by Republicans -eliminated the health care law's penalty for not having health insurance.

But Trump has been obstinate in the face of those political warning signs, instead concerned that repealing and replacing Obamacare remains the one signature 2016 campaign promise he has yet to make good on.

Beginning this year, taxpayers will no longer incur penalties for declining health coverage.

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Two federal judges in Washington, D.C., this past week blocked Trump's work requirements for Medicaid and small business health plans.

Bates' ruling comes after an intense week in the courts for the administration's health care policies. We are working on trying to bring down the price for prescription drugs.

The president has recently escalated his attacks against the Affordable Care Act and predicted the health care law, which insures millions of Americans, will be "terminated" in court. According to a report in Axios, Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., the minority leader in the House, told Trump over the phone that his renewed fight against the Affordable Care Act "made no sense" in light of the fact that Democrats successfully fended off multiple GOP attempts to repeal the law in 2017.

166,128 people are enrolled in the Alabama exchange for 2019. "Guarantee health care to all people as a right".

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