This just reeks of micromanagement.
Prior to massive regulations insurance was affordable.
Um, that's if they're willing to sell it to you. I could not get insurance for epilepsy pre-ACA because the medications I needed were expensive, and also because people always called 911 after every seizure which meant routine ER visits, about two per month. Since insurers wanted to keep their insurance "affordable" for healthy dickheads trying to decide if they even needed it, that meant telling me GFY- which they did because there were no "massive regulations" preventing them.
Melania came over on an H2B visa
Unlike many guest workers that are here solely for duressed knowledge transfer (a la Disney), she ended up with naturalized citizenship.
Then you admit that Trump is more truthful for lack of any substantial argument against him.
Unlike the ACA, guest worker fraud is something that is less controversial.
To Twitter, it's only "harassment" or "extremism" if it's against the left. They'll happily defend terrorists, criminals, and child abusers that follow their narrative.
I wonder how much Airbnb paid to have that proposed?
Lawmakers can do what the market cannot - force the larger seats to happen.
The market has failed, thus legislation was proposed.
If the lobbyists dont make it, they can't affect the proposal.
"The only way for a reporter to look at a politician is down." -- H.L. Mencken