Sessions says ObamaCare is Unlawful, thus Subsides Being Halted

Recently it has been brought to our attention that ObamaCare is unlawful, because $7,000,000,000 (7 billion) dollars a year has been spent to subsidize insurance companies without the approval of congress—Obama just did it on his own, which was not according to law. For this reason, President Trump has signed an executive order halting ObamaCare subsides.  This order will eventually allow people to get their own Insurance across state lines and should save people a lot of money (but I think a new heath care bill still needs to be passed to put this into effect).

AG Jeff Session, on a Fox news video, explains:

  • A judge in Virginia says that ObamaCare as it is now is unlawful. Obama put this order (to receive subsides) into effect without an appropriation of Congress. But the law says that it must come from Congress. The President cannot do it.
  • The President has decided that we need to end this unlawful process and get on a lawful basis.
  • In retaliation, the California AG says, “We are prepared to sue. This is sabotage. Nearly everyone—from California to Maine—has family who can’t afford healthcare…”
  • Jeff Sessions says, it’s time for Congress to fix this bill.

 

Please be praying that our leaders, from both sides if possible, will come together to get our healthcare figured out. This has gone on long enough!

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