As healthcare bills come in, one thing farmers hope one of the top priorities on President-elect Trump’s list will be to repeal and replace Obamacare.
“It’s not working the way it was indented to work,” said Chip Flory of ProFarmer on AgriTalk’s Free-For-All Friday.
Jim Wiesmeyer of Informa believes there needs to be more interstate competition to healthcare, and he believes Trump will make that happen.
On the other hand, John Phipps of U.S. Farm Report said Obamacare paid for itself with a 3.8 percent tax.
Listen to why Wiesmeyer said the Democrats lost the election and other thoughts on the American healthcare system on AgriTalk above.