U.S. President Joe Biden today took initial steps to expand health care and reverse some of his predecessor Trump’s policies.

President Biden signed today the decision to reopen the free market for the sale of health insurance through “Obamacare”. As it is stated, this is a step towards establishing a new agenda in the health insurance department.

Wanting to expand access to health insurance and strengthen the “Affordable Care Act 8” better known as “Obamacare”, Biden signed an order to open additional markets, and ordered a review of decisions made during the Trump administration.

The U.S. president also signed several draft laws on reproductive rights, as well as the abortion law, repealing his predecessor’s decision to ban the use of budget money to fund abortion clinics.

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