During his remarks on health care policy yesterday, Donald Trump used the word “plan” 39 times. Indeed, the point of the president’s plan was to ostensibly unveil a new governing blueprint, which the White House has labeled the “America First Health Care Plan.”
The problem, however, is that there’s still no actual plan. What Trump unveiled are two executive orders that literally don’t do anything.
President Donald Trump announced two new health care executive orders Thursday on protecting pre-existing conditions and preventing surprise billing as the president seeks to shore up his support on an issue that remains top of mind to voters amid to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The actions, however, have minimal impact.
To be sure, preventing surprise billing is a worthwhile goal with bipartisan support, but to address the issue, policymakers will need legislative solutions, not a hollow press release from the White House with no force
Featuring a Blood Oxygen sensor and app, new case finishes, and watchOS 7
Apple® today announced Apple Watch® Series 6, introducing a revolutionary Blood Oxygen feature that offers users even more insight into their overall wellness. Apple Watch Series 6 delivers many notable hardware improvements, including a faster S6 System in Package (SiP) and next-generation always-on altimeter, along with its most colorful lineup yet, featuring a beautiful palette of new case finishes and bands. watchOS® 7 brings Family Setup, sleep tracking, automatic handwashing detection, new workout types, and the ability to curate and share watch faces, encouraging customers to be more active, stay connected, and better manage their health in new ways.
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Introducing Apple Watch Series 6, featuring a revolutionary Blood Oxygen sensor and app. (Photo: Business Wire)