Guaranteeing affordable health coverage for all

TAMMY BALDWIN | March 8, 2018

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The legislation would block the Trump Administration’s proposed rule that would allow insurance companies to sell short-term, junk plans, and it would once again guarantee protections for people with pre-existing conditions. The Urban Institute recently found that the steps that President Trump and Congressional Republicans have taken to date to sabotage the health care system, and allowing insurance companies to sell junk policies, would increase premiums and lead to more uninsured Americans. In my home state of Wisconsin, premiums would go up by an average of 20 percent in 2019, and 130,000 more Wisconsinites would lack comprehensive health coverage in 2019 because they would either become uninsured or would be enrolled in junk plans that don’t provide key health benefits.

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