What you need to know about Trump’s health care bill, Senate bill
Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price announced Monday that he will unveil his proposal to repeal the Affordable Care Act within the next week, but he did not provide details on how the legislation would work.
Price has made repealing the law one of his top priorities, and he has repeatedly suggested he could be open to moving quickly on the issue.
“I want to get this done,” Price told reporters on Friday.
“It’s very important for us to get it done, and I’ve been in the Senate for a while.
It’s very critical for us.
So I want to do everything I can to get to that point, but I also want to be transparent.
I want everyone to be able to understand what I’m doing.”
Price did not reveal how he plans to repeal ObamaCare.
But he did say that he would not allow states to impose their own regulations on how to cover their citizens.
The secretary said he wants to move swiftly, and that the legislation will have a “big impact on our country.”
“The health care that we have now is better than it was when we started out, and the Affordable Healthcare Act is one of the most important accomplishments of the Trump administration,” Price said.
“We have to do it, we have to act.
And I’m going to do my part.”
He did not say how he would do it.