Clinton and Trump on Health Reform: What Can We Expect From the Next President?


Clinton and Trump on Health Reform: What Can We Expect From the Next President?

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Monday, Oct. 24 12:00 - 1:15pm Cowles Auditorium *Light lunch will be provided after the event The next president will be in a position to either solidify the Affordable Care Act or to water down and unravel key provisions. What are Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump promising in their campaigns? What can we expect each to pursue if they are elected President? How will the changing makeup of the Congress impact the ACA? Lastly, how will the new political dynamics reverberate in Minnesota? Panelists: Paul Demko, Health Care Reporter, POLITICO Chris Snowbeck, Reporter, Star Tribune Paul Demko is a healthcare reporter for POLITICO Pro. He's primarily responsible for covering the insurance industry. Prior to joining POLITICO, he was the Washington bureau chief at Modern Healthcare. Demko also spent a decade reporting in Minnesota, including stints with Politics in Minnesota and City Pages. He started his career at The Chronicle of Philanthropy. Chris Snowbeck has covered health care stories at four daily newspapers since 1994. His work at the Star Tribune focuses on health insurers, hospitals, and the state’s MNsure health insurance exchange. Previously, he worked at the St. Paul Pioneer Press, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Daily Progress of Charlottesville, Va., and the Indianapolis News. CSPG events are free and open to the public If you are having trouble registering or to request disability accommodations, please contact For parking: The University of Minnesota is an equal opportunity educator and employer

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