Governors to testify at bipartisan healthcare bill hearing

August 25, 2017

Five governors will testify in front of the Senate Health Committee next month on ways to fix ObamaCare. 

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At these hearings, we will hear testimony from state insurance commissioners and governors—those closest to the problem—on steps Congress can take to help make insurance available at affordable prices. Any solution that Congress passes for a 2018 stabilization package will have to be small, bipartisan and balanced," committee Chairman Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.) said in a statement Tuesday. 


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