From the Associated Press:
CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu is asking Congress to give states as much flexibility as possible to design their own health care systems as part of the federal effort to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.
“We urge Congress to untie the hands of the States,” the Republican governor wrote in a Wednesday letter to U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. “Let us have the flexibility to design a New Hampshire system for New Hampshire citizens.”
I attempted to locate the letter, but it is nowhere to be found on Sununu’s official government website. (So much for New Hampshire having a transparent government).
So based on what the Associated Press has reported, I have to say that Sununu’s plan to replace Obamacare is just more of the same.
In other words, Sununu’s plan, again based on the Associated Press reporting, is to replace Obamacare with Sununucare. More particularly “design[ing] a New Hampshire system for New Hampshire citizens” means shifting powers from the federal bureaucrats and regulators to State bureaucrats and regulators. Continue reading