Child health care in Washington state has received high national rankings in part because of the state’s own health insurance exchange. Regulated and subsidized insurance made possible by the Affordable Care Act may soon be a thing of the past if President-elect Trump and fellow Republicans have their way.
Child health care in Washington state has received high national rankings in part because of the state’s own health insurance exchange. Regulated and subsidized insurance made possible by the Affordable Care Act may soon be a thing of the past if President-elect Trump and fellow Republicans have their way. Steven Herppich The Olympian file photo, 2008
Child health care in Washington state has received high national rankings in part because of the state’s own health insurance exchange. Regulated and subsidized insurance made possible by the Affordable Care Act may soon be a thing of the past if President-elect Trump and fellow Republicans have their way. Steven Herppich The Olympian file photo, 2008

Our state shows why Trump should spare Obamacare

November 12, 2016 02:51 PM