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Mail magazine from the White House 2017-10-13 President Trump Initiates Health Care Reform   “TRUMP SIGNS ORDER PAVING WAY FOR HEALTH-CARE CHANGES” - Michelle Hackman, The Wall Street Journal

Mail magazine from the White House 2017-10-13

President Trump Initiates Health Care Reform



- Michelle Hackman, The Wall Street Journal

Michelle Hackman of The Wall Street Journal reports on the Executive Order President Trump signed on Thursday that instructs federal agencies to “pursue sweeping regulatory changes to the health-care system.” President Trump stated the order will “direct [departments] to take action to increase competition, increase choice, and increase access to lower-cost, high-quality health-care options.” The order directs agencies to ease rules on association health plans, which will allow small businesses, and possibly individuals, to buy cheaper, less-comprehensive plans outside of the Affordable Care Act, and other actions that provide “lower-cost options and fostering competition in the individual insurance markets,” Hackman writes.
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The Washington Post reports on how a Taliban-linked faction freed an American woman, her husband, and children in Pakistan after a five-year hostage deal, and how the release could “help ease tensions between the United States and Pakistan over efforts against the Taliban.”


On tax reform, Rep. Lou Barletta writes in Penn Live that “President Donald Trump is leading the fight” for economic revival and Pennsylvanians “finally have a leader in their corner,” whose freer, fairer, and simpler tax code will “reignite the American dream for Pennsylvanian families.”


Regarding energy, Investor’s Business Daily’s editorial board praises the Trump administration’s decision to end the Clean Power Plan, saying it “marks a major promise kept by President Trump” and that “Americans quietly will get a $33 billion reduction in their future utility bills, thanks to Trump” and EPA Administrator Pruitt.


And at The Daily Signal, the Heritage Foundation’s James Carafano comments that Kristjen Nielsen, President Trump’s new nominee for Secretary of Homeland Security, is “tough,” “smart,” and “knows the ins and outs of the mission of national security as well as anyone.”




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税金改革で、ルー・バレッタLu Barreta)議員はペン・ライブ(Penn Live)の著書で「ドナルド・トランプ大統領が経済復活のための戦いを率いている」と述べ、ペンシルバニアンは「ついに指導者を擁護する」と述べた。ペンシルバニアの家族のためのアメリカの夢。




投資家のビジネスデーリーの編集部は、トランプ政権のクリーンパワープランの終結決定を賞賛し、「トランプ大統領が約束した大きな約束を守っている」と述べ、「将来、電力会社の手形を330億ドル削減するto Trump "EPA管理者プルーリットが含まれます。




そしてThe Daily Signalでは、ヘリテージ財団James Carafanoは、Trumpの新しい国務長官候補Kristjen Nielsenが「強靭で」「スマート」であり、「国家安全保障の使命の裏返しを知っている」とコメントしています誰でも。 "