Americans would have better control over their health care choices with a medical savings account, according to Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley. He plans to introduce a bill after this week’s recess, that would enable people to set up the accounts, worth between 15-hundred and 2-thousand dollars. Grassley says the plan would lower health care costs while giving people a complete choice of providers. Grassley says the medical savings accounts could be carried over into later years to apply toward health care costs, along with other options. Grassley says the medical savings accounts would be completely portable, even with job changes. He says it’d also enable millions of Americans who have no health care insurance to get covered.
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