SANDY — Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price says the new health care plan in the Senate will help Utahns. He spoke at Colonial Flag Monday after hosting local business leaders in a roundtable discussion on healthcare costs and challenges.
“The goal is to let every single American has access to the kind of coverage they want for themselves and their family, not what the government forces them to buy,” he said.
Price says 78,000 Utahns have paid $17 million not to buy what the government wanted them to buy.
You can hear his whole address and Q and A here:
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