As the White House announced the upcoming changes in premiums under ObamaCare, some are blaming Republican governments for the increases.
FOX's Jon Decker explains from the White House:
Just two days after the Obama Administration announced that healthcare premiums under ObamaCare will increase an average of 25 percent for 2017, White House spokesman Josh Earnest blamed Republican governors for the price increase by not expanding Medicaid:
(Earnest) "In some states, Republican politicians have been reasonably successful in sabotaging the effective implementation of the Affordable Care Act."
Earnest pointed out that the vast majority of ObamaCare enrollees receive financial assistance to shield them from the effect of insurance premium increases.
At the White House, Jon Decker, FOX News.
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