Pence Pledges To ‘Lift The Weight Of Obamacare’ Off Americans
At a stop in Ohio, Vice President Mike Pence visited a small business with Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price and vowed to maintain health coverage for the most vulnerable Americans while repealing the law, which he says lays a heavy financial and regulatory burden on small businesses.
The Associated Press:
VP Pence Pledges To ‘Lift Weight’ Of Obamacare
Vice President Mike Pence promised small business executives in Ohio on Thursday that the Trump administration will “lift the weight of Obamacare” off them and U.S. families with a better plan that puts the American people first. “The Obamacare nightmare is about to be over,” Pence said at Frame USA, a picture frame manufacturer in in suburban Cincinnati. “We’re going to replace Obamacare with something that works.” (Sewell, 3/2)
Pence In Cincy: 'Obamacare Nightmare' To End
Vowing the “Obamacare nightmare is about to be over,” Vice President Mike Pence visited a family-run framing business to push the Trump administration’s pledge to repeal and replace the health care law while ensuring the most vulnerable Americans are cared for. Accompanied by Secretary Tom Price of the Department of Health and Human Services, the vice president spoke with local small-business leaders at Frame USA, the Springdale online frame company that proudly proclaims that all its products are made in the United States. (Saker, 3/2)