Health Plans From Both Trump And Clinton Would Add To Federal Deficit
However, the effect the proposals would have on the number of uninsured in the country differs dramatically.
Clinton, Trump Health Plans Differ In Impact On Uninsured, Cost
The health care policy proposals of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump would have dramatically different impacts on the uninsured rate in the United States and on out-of-pocket health care costs. But they share one trait: Both would add to the federal deficit, according to a study released Friday. (Mershon, 9/27)
In other election news —
Burr Says North Carolinians Facing Obamacare Price Jumps
Based on rate increases proposed to North Carolina’s Department of Insurance, state residents who have signed up for Obamacare could face a 19 percent to 25 percent jump in the cost of their health coverage for 2017, Republican Sen. Richard Burr says. (Gordon, 9/26)