The Washington Examiner covered Chip’s newly released Healthcare Freedom Act. It’s time to change the narrative on health care. “We want to gauge success in healthcare by people having access to high-quality care, choice, and making sure everyone is able to do that,” Chip said.
President Trump has promised he’ll unveil a “phenomenal” healthcare plan in the coming weeks, and Rep. Chip Roy of Texas said he stands ready to be part of the conversation.
“We need to change the narrative,” Roy, a freshman representative, told the Washington Examiner of the need for more Republicans to get on the same page about the party’s healthcare platform. “We need to go on offense. I do think there is an interest in doing that.”
As part of his commitment to this goal, Roy has introduced legislation that would expand health savings accounts, tax-free funds people can use to pay for healthcare. Under his proposal, the accounts would be renamed to “Health Freedom Accounts,” with employers and charitable organizations allowed to contribute.