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Trump pledges 'to protect' preexisting conditions

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President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday "to protect" preexisting conditions. But that right is already guaranteed in "Obamacare," the health law his administration is asking the Supreme Court to overturn. (Sept. 24)
 
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Health law's impacts are so pervasive, nearly every American could be affected if it were struck down by Supreme Court.
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Trump has kept a number of pledges, including tax cuts and conservative judges. But not on others such as bringing back coal and replacing Obamacare.
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Trump will sign health care-related executive orders to address surprise medical billing and safeguard insurance for people with medical conditions.
on September 24, 2020 • USATODAY.com

President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday "to protect" preexisting conditions. But that right is already guaranteed in "Obamacare," the health...
on September 24, 2020 • USATODAY.com

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