So, I get that there are big differences between Conservatives on the new Trump Healthcare bill. Some of us feel differently than others do… Paul Ryan’s been made to be the bad guy (as usual) and it was gratifying, and a help to me in trying to understand why buying across state lines isn’t on this bill, which surprised me. He said that if buying insurance across state lines was IN the new bill, it would go into filibuster and never pass. My question is this:
WHAT IS THE DOWNSIDE TO SOMEONE IN ARKANSAS BUYING A HEALTH INSURANCE POLICY IN MINNESOTA? I just don’t know enough about this stuff to understand why that’s so unacceptable an idea to many politicians. Can you help me?