Required Reading – June 18

Required reading from around the web of the best, most interesting, or most though provoking things we’ve read:

Jacobs: Trump Administration Gets Smart On Pre-Existing Conditions

“Last Thursday afternoon, the Trump administration released its final rule regarding Health Reimbursement Arrangements (HRAs). The 497-page document will take lawyers and employment professionals weeks to absorb and digest fully. But in a nutshell, the rule will help to make coverage more portable and affordable—while also going a long way to resolve the problem of pre-existing conditions. […]  Solving the portability problem—allowing health coverage to go from job to job—would go a long way towards solving the pre-existing condition problem. Of course, Democrats don’t talk about solving the portability problem because they don’t want to solve it. They want the government to control everything through a single-payer health care system. That’s why they spend so much time talking about a symptom (people with pre-existing conditions who can’t get coverage) rather than the underlying disease (coverage not being portable).”

Read more at The Federalist.

Hoft: How Convenient! — Christopher Wray’s Corrupt FBI ‘Loses’ Notes from Meeting Where Corrupt Cop Peter Strzok was Told CHINA was Hacking Hillary’s Emails

“This past week Tom Fitton from Judicial Watch released information related to China spying on the US.  Fitton says in the video below at the 3 minute mark – “Take this as an educated guess that the notes [lost by the FBI] reference a discussion and a warning given by the IG of the Intelligence community to Peter Strzok who’s running the investigation effectively for the FBI at the time that the Clinton’s email system, namely Hillary Clinton’s email server had likely been hacked in some way by the Chinese.  In a way that allowed them  . . . .”

Read more at The Gateway Pundit.

Hopkins: Mexico Releases The Details Of Its Immigration Deal With Trump

“The supplementary agreement states that if the U.S. deems, after 45 days from the joint declaration, that Mexico has still not sufficiently managed the illegal immigration crisis, “Mexico will take all necessary steps under domestic law to bring the agreement into force.” Additionally, the side agreement reveals that Mexico has left the door open to becoming a “safe third country,” an option their government had adamantly opposed before the start of the negations. Safe third country mandates that migrants must seek asylum in the country they first enter. For example, . . .”

Read more at Daily Caller.

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