Getting rid of the individual mandate was a bad idea, says Tom Price
"You’ll likely have individuals that are younger and healthier not participating in that market, and consequently that drives up the costs for other folks within that market,” Price said.
It has been seven months since Price stepped down amid reports he misspent hundreds of thousands of dollars of taxpayer money on private charter and military air travel. (Photo: Bloomberg)
In a surprising reversal,
Dr. Tom Price said he now thinks getting rid of the individual mandate was a bad idea.
Yet this is the same Tom Price who only last summer
laid the groundwork for the mandate’s eventual dismantling, saying it was “driving up the costs for the American people.”
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