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Power of the Pen: Trump Uses Executive Order to Chip Away at Obamacare

themaven.net / by Mike Mish Shedlock / August 2017

President Trump is off and running with executive orders. Call it the power of the pen. Wikipedia notes Trump has 49 to date. This compares to 354 for Bill Clinton, 291 for George W. Bush, and 276 for Barack Obama. Trump’s latest order cuts into Obamacare. Rand Paul helped pave the way.

President Trump signed an executive order Thursday that is intended to provide more options for people shopping for health insurance. The president invoked his power of the pen after repeated Republican efforts to repeal the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare, have failed.”The competition will be staggering,” Trump said. “Insurance companies will be fighting to get every single person signed up. And you will be, hopefully, negotiating, negotiating, negotiating. And you will get such low prices for such great care.”The order directs the Labor Department to make it easier for groups of employers to band together for the purpose of offering insurance. In some cases, groups might purchase coverage across state lines — a move that Republicans have long advocated as a way to lower costs.Trump described his action as a response to reduced insurance offerings and rising premiums in Obamacare’s individual market.Broader access to so-called association health plans, or AHPs, is an idea that has been promoted by Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky. “Today is only the beginning,” Trump said. “In the coming months, we plan to take new measures to provide our people with even more relief and more freedom.”Critics argue that the Trump administration has deliberately tried to sabotage the Obamacare exchanges. Trump has repeatedly threatened to withhold cost-sharing subsidies from insurance companies, and he has slashed spending on marketing efforts to bring more customers into the exchanges.

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