New Study: Trump’s Sabotage Raising Health Care Premiums, Bigly

August 11, 2017

Columbus, OH — A new study from the Kaiser Family Foundation shows the latest victims of the Trump administration’s efforts to sabotage of our health care: middle-class Americans whose premiums would skyrocket.

As the Associated Press reports, “Actions by the Trump administration are triggering double-digit premium increases on individual health insurance policies purchased by many people, according to a nonpartisan study.”

A newly-released Kaiser Family Foundation tracking poll shows 78% of people say President Trump and his administration should “do what they can to make the law work,” while only 17% say the president and his administration should “do what they can to make the law fail so they can replace it later.”

It’s past time that the Trump administration and Republicans in Congress renounce their agenda of repeal and sabotage, and instead work with Democrats to improve our health care system and lower costs.

See more for yourself:

Associated Press: Study Says Trump Moves Trigger Health Premium Jump for 2018

The New York Times: Obamacare Premiums Are Set to Rise. Thank Policy Uncertainty.

The Washington Times: Trump’s threats on Obamacare payments to cause premiums spike in 2018: Report

CNBC: Uncertainty Over Trump’s Health-Care Policies Driving Double-Digit Insurance Price Hikes

CNN: Trump-Fueled Uncertainty Spurs Obamacare Insurers to Leave, Hike Premiums

The Hill: Insurers Cite Uncertainty in ObamaCare Rate Hikes

Washington Examiner: Obamacare Rates Range From Decrease to Double-Digit Hikes Amid Uncertainty: Study

UPI: ACA premiums expected to rise due to market uncertainty

Fiscal Times: Taxpayers Will Pay the Price for Uncertainty Over Obamacare in 2018

Denver Post: Study says Trump moves trigger health premium jumps for 2018

Argus Leader: Analysis blames Trump comments for health insurance rate hikes



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