Magnifici

Rep. Gae Magnifici visited the White House July 16.

 

Rep. Gae Magnafici (R-Dresser) visited the White House July 16 to join President Donald J. Trump for the Rollback of Regulations Helping All Americans event. The event also reinforces the Initiative on Regulatory Innovation, led by Vice President Mike Pence, that aims to cut regulations and costs, advance occupational licensing reform, and better align state and federal regulations.

“It was my privilege to join President Trump today to recognize the monumental efforts his administration has made to cut burdensome red tape,” said Magnafici. “From eliminating hurdles for broadband development, to streamlining paperwork burdens for small businesses, to improving transparency for healthcare consumers, these initiatives have provided historic reform to every level of government.”

The initiative aims to bring together a bipartisan group of state, local, and tribal leaders from across the country to increase accountability and transparency at Federal agencies. 

“As a Representative from a district with an aging population, and as a former nurse, I’m particularly supportive of President Trump’s efforts to eliminate burdensome regulations in the healthcare industry,” Magnafici continued. “By expanding coverage options through association health plans, short-term plans, and health reimbursement arrangements, Americans and Wisconsinites are gaining access to more affordable healthcare options because of the Trump Administration’s actions.”

 

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