Donald Trump’s 2018 health care budget proposal is loaded with all kinds of campaign talking points: repealing Obamacare, slashing Medicaid, severely cutting federal programs (like Children’s Health Insurance). But it also includes things that were never mentioned a single time during the election campaign, like stripping away the rights of patients severely injured by medical malpractice, or capping compensation to catastrophically-injured children.
Given that many states consider such laws unconstitutional, medical malpractice proposals like this might seem an odd choice for Trump. Voters clearly did not send politicians to Washington to rig the courts against everyday Americans or take away legal rights guaranteed by state and local governments. But then again, voters probably never imagined someone like Tom Price as Secretary of the Department of Health and Human 米兜彩票合法吗.