Here are two ways Republicans interested in governing can help working Americans access better health insurance
In states like Florida and Texas, over a million Latinos alone can't get good healthcare today. With Trumpcare crashing, it's time Republicans address Obamacare's coverage gaps by expanding Medicaid and fixing a drafting error that punishes low-income Latino families.
If Trump and his party truly care about the forgotten worker, Right-to-Work laws must be stopped
But President Trump’s Labor nominee, fast food chief Andrew Puzder, has a terrible record of defending low-wage workers.
The wrong lessons to learn from this election
“Programs to help the very displaced workers that sent Trump to the White House are starved for resources because Republicans slashed funding for public universities, community colleges, workforce development, and apprentice programs to improve their stake.”
2.6 million undocumented residents banned from Obamacare in California
“Nationwide, undocumented workers deserve better health care. They contribute $11.64 billion a year in state and local taxes. They comprise over 5% of the workforce.”