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(The Washington Post)
Trump promises 'Obamacare relief' with new executive order
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President Trump on Oct. 12 lauded his executive order removing and altering the Affordable Care Act's regulations. "This will cost the United States government virtually nothing," he said.
President Trump on Oct. 12 lauded his executive order removing and altering the Affordable Care Act's regulations. "This will cost the United States government virtually nothing," he said.
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