Trump's lawyer outlines his predictions for ACA replacement
By Admin | February 13, 2017
Robert Grand, an attorney specializing in the ACA with the Chicago office of Barnes & Thornburg LLP, worked on the inaugural committee for president Donald Trump as well as the executive committee of Vice President Mike Pence’s Indiana gubernatorial campaign.
Along with fellow attorney Mark Rust, he participate in a panel at Old Parkland titled “What to Watch For in the First 100 Days of the New Administration and Congress.”
Predictions include that the ACA’s mandates will go away and insurers will be able to sell policies across state lines.
“We’re still going to be able to get healthcare, and the whole world will not go down in flames,” Rust said.