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R-Ky. has promoted the idea and stood just behind Trump at the morning ceremony After nearly walking out of the room without signing the order the president returned to affix his bold signature to the document and then hand Paul the penSelling health plans from state to state without separate licenses – the idea underlying much of the president’s order – has long been a Republican mantra It has gained little traction in practice howeverBefore the ACA was passed in 2010 as well as since then half a dozen states have passed laws permitting insurers to sell health policies approved by other states And since last year the ACA has allowed "compacts" in which groups of states may agree that health plans licensed in any of them could be sold in the others Under such compacts federal health officials must make sure the plans offer at least the same benefits and are as affordable as those sold in the ACA marketplacesAs of this summer "no state was known to actually offer or sell such policies" according to a report by the National Conference of State Legislatures A main reason experts say is insurers’ difficulty in arranging networks of doctors and other providers of care far from their home statesWhat the president has in mind is different in important ways Association health plans no longer will have to be licensed by a state in which they are sold and they will not need approval under ACA rules though a senior administration official says they will still need to meet requirements for all types of insurance In addition individuals will potentially be able to join associations – not just small businesses The officials also said rules might be loosened so that small business could come together for the sole purpose of buying insurance – something now not allowedThe prospect of letting individuals be part of these associations is the aspect of the executive order likely to draw legal complaints The 1974 ERISA law which permits large companies that insure themselves to do so with relatively little federal regulation could be reinterpreted to apply to small businesses that band together according to health policy experts familiar with the lawBut ERISA does not apply to individuals buying coverage on their own A senior administration official said such plans might become available to some individuals such as ones who are self-employedIDEAS Zócalo Public Square is a magazine of ideas from Arizona State University Knowledge Enterprise On November 20 2014 President Obama gave a historic speech on immigration Despite how profoundly personal this issue is to me I didnt watch For the past decade I have deliberately avoided any mention of immigration reformhearing or reading about it causes my chest to tighten and my stomach to churn The topic inevitably brings me back to a window in Ciudad Juarez Mexico in 2004 The five minutes I spent there damaged my life irrevocably With the swipe of a pen a blank-faced clerk denied my husbands application for a marriage visa and shattered our family We had met four years earlier working as food servers at a Mexican restaurant in a small town in Southern California We became fast friends then fell in love spending hours talking after the restaurant closed and until the sun came up He told me about how his mother had died when he was young and his father descended into depression and debilitating alcoholism He and his nine brothers and sisters had to fend for themselves He arrived in the US at 17 finished high school and got three jobs to support his younger siblings in Mexico And because he had entered the country illegally he did all this without documents We got married in 2002 then moved to Cambridge Massachusetts so I could earn a masters degree in public policy at Harvard University We had a beautiful irrepressible baby boy On the weekends wed go to the park and I would watch my husband do cartwheels and make faces for our giggling baby At night we would pile into the cheap black futon in our one-bedroom apartment We were happy and grateful But we knew we couldnt build a stable life for our son without regularizing my husbands immigration status So we applied for a marriage visa and about one year later were relieved to get the letter approving us for a visa and setting an appointment at the American Consulate in Ciudad Juarez on April 17 2004 We had to leave the country for our appointment because anyone applying for a visa at that time had to have legal standing to receive an appointment inside the US Since my husband did not have legal documents to be here in the United States he was required to accept an appointment in Mexico The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) knew he had entered illegally and an official representative informed me that because of his illegal presence there would likely be a fine and a waiting period of a few months before he would be issued his visa So we flew to California left our son with family and hopped a bus to Ciudad Juarez The morning of our appointment we found the waiting room of the American Consulate filled with couples like us I had a thick packet of paperwork including letters attesting to my husbands good character from his high school teacher city councilman and the local police department He had done his physical evaluation We were as ready as we could be The clerk called us to the window My husband raised his right hand and promised to tell the truth She never looked at our documents She only asked one question: Have you ever crossed illegally besides your initial entrance Yes he answered He had returned to visit his ailing grandmother before she passed away The clerk then shoved a piece of paper at us and informed us that my husband was barred from entering the United States for life He was not coming home with me and never would We were in utter shock Can we appeal No In 10 years you can request a waiver but it isnt something many people get It has to be special circumstances like you have a child who is dying She called the next couple When I returned to Cambridge without my family my expectant friends were bewildered This man was my husband he had no criminal record and we had an American child Didnt that mean he could legalize The answer was no There had been no way I could care for a toddler alone while studying and working two jobs so I left my son in Mexico too I came back to an empty crib and an empty bed My husband did not come home late after his shift at a restaurant and crawl into bed pulling me to his warm chest My son did not cry out for chocolate when we walked past our corner bakery I felt as though my limbs had been torn from my body My family was gone I was forced to relive my trauma every time I told my story to anyone I thought could help me I managed to find a top immigration lawyer who agreed to see me pro bono He delivered the bad news The permanent bar was because of the second illegal crossing There was absolutely nothing he could do There is a legal principle called proportionality which says the punishment should fit the crime My husband had not broken any criminal laws By visiting his grandmother he had violated immigration regulations For that he was given a life sentence with no parole My family became collateral damage in a war against immigrants My marriage seemed worthless in the eyes of the lawa law that left my innocent son with parents broken apart against their will It was cruel Draconian Our justice system is weighted heavily toward keeping families together Children are sent back to abusive homes on a regular basis on the principle of the sanctity of family But this was not the case with my family In my sons adoring eyes his father is a superhero Yet for over a decade nowmy government has thrown up roadblock after roadblock to keep them apart I know that there are thousands of children like my son all over the country who have lost a loving parent as a result of our immigration laws The damagetrauma depression anxietyis permanent Such losses poison their childhoods and affect them into adulthood Months later I finally read President Obamas speech on immigration His executive order prevents people from being deported if they have American children Its designed to protect kids like my son until Congress passes something more permanent But a federal judge in Texas has put the executive order on hold; an appeals court heard oral arguments on April 17 and will rule soon but the case may eventually go to the Supreme Court In the meantime I think of these children and my son as I pray for a ruling that will keep other families from suffering as we have Rebekah Rodriguez-Lynn studied politics at UCLA and public policy at Harvards Kennedy School of Government She lives in Southern California with her son and her chihuahua She wrote this for Thinking LA, heart experts were divided over the new advice.

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