President Trump’s executive order on health care is unlikely to have much impact on Idahoans, according to state Insurance Director Dean Cameron. “My initial read is that honestly, I am somewhat disappointed it didn’t go further,” Cameron said Thursday. “Idahoans are hurting because of the dramatic increases in health care costs year after year, and that warrants some significant re-evalulation and change in the requirements that are put forth by the Affordable Care Act. This doesn’t quite go there.” You can read our full story here at spokesman.com on the swift, and divided, reaction to the Trump order across the region. Meanwhile, three members of Idaho’s congressional delegation praised the order, with 1st District Rep. Raul Labrador tweeting,...
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Idaho delegation hails Trump exec order on health care, but it's unlikely to ease rates in Idaho