Why The House Health Care Bill Was Trash

One month after the Republican-controlled House of Representatives passed a bill supposedly repealing Obamacare, the Senate has yet to act – and may not ever take up the issue.

Why can’t Congress agree on a bill to improve America’s health care?

That’s the topic of this week’s edition of Off The Grid Radio, as we talk to Michael F. Cannon, a writer and the director of health policy studies at the Cato Institute, a public policy research organization dedicated to the principles of individual liberty and limited government.

Michael tells us why those who believe in limited government should oppose the House bill, which, he says, would not repeal Obamacare and could make things worse and most costly.

Michael, who joined us last month, gives us an update from D.C. by also telling us:

  • What he hopes is included in the Senate version.
  • Why Congress is having trouble agreeing on a bill.
  • How politicians truly could make health care more affordable for everyone.
  • Why Democrats are more unified than Republicans on health care.

Finally, Michael tells us why health care costs in America are rising so rapidly.

If you’re frustrated with the health care system, then you need to hear what Michael has to say!

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