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Thomas Miller, senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute based in Washington D.C., met with the House Ways & Means oversight subcommittee to discuss dolphin why hello sweet cheeks have a seat vintage poster why the individual mandate isn’t working and why it needs to be replaced. Miller referenced research from economist Jonathan Gruber, who found that the mandate’s penalty contributed very little to the number of people with health insurance in 2014. Miller proposed 6 alternatives to the Affordable Care Act’s individual mandate, which you can find in this LifeHealthPRO article. On Tuesday, Governor Jerry Brown (D-CA) delivered a speech at his annual State of the State address in which he promised to protect the benefits that Californians have gained under Obamacare from Republicans in
Congress who want to scale back benefits. Brown told state legislators and appointees at the event, “More than any other state, California has embraced the Affordable Care Act. I intend to join with other Governors and Senators, and with you, to do everything we can to protect the health care of our people.” Brown’s speech also called for cooperation between the two political parties, which was well-received by some state Republicans. President Trump, who attended the retreat on Thursday, commented that he wanted to wait a while before getting rid of Obamacare but changed his mind. He told lawmakers at the retreat, “It’s a disaster. I actually talked with Paul and the group about just doing nothing for two years and the Dems would come begging to do something. … We have to take care of the American people so we can’t wait.” You can read more of Trump’s comments here.